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TLV6004: out of Opreating Temperature Range (1.8V-5%)

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Part Number: TLV6004

Dear Specialists,

My customer is considering TLV6002, TLV4314 and LMP7716, and have questions.

I would be grateful, if you could advise.

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I would like to use TLV6004, TLV4314 and LMP7716 our system and I need to use supply voltage (1.8V-5%).

Strictly thinking, it is out of recommended operating condition, 1.8V - 5V.

Is there any problem?

Is this out of guarantee?

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I appreciate your great help in advance.

Best regards,

Shinichi

  • Hello Shinichi-san,

    The TLV6004, TLV4314, and LMP7716 cannot be used with a supply voltage less than 1.8V. None of the specifications will be guaranteed if a supply under 1.8V is used.

    Here are some devices that have a minimum supply specification less than 1.7V (1.8V-5%). If you provide me with a specific list of specifications (minimum supply voltage, offset voltage, Iq, etc.) your customer is looking for in a device I can provide you with some device recommendations.

    Thank you,

    Tim Claycomb

  • In reply to Tim Claycomb:

    Hi Tim,

    Thank you for your reply.

    I understand these devices aren't be able to use less than 1.8V.

    In this case, I'll introduce the customer to use other device you recommended.

    They need industrial temperature range, but there not many devices to consider.

    So 1.8V is very common rail and has a possibility to be a mimus accuracy( -5% like this time ), I am happy to increase the device that can use in future.

    I appreciate your great help.

    Best regards,

    Shinichi

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