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Hi, support team.
When burn-in REF2125, please tell me the proper temperature and time.
7.2 Long-Term Stability
One of the key parameters of the REF2125 reference is long-term stability. Typical characteristic expressed as:
curves shows the typical drift value for the REF2125 is 30 ppm from 0 to 1000 hours. This parameter is
characterized by measuring 32 units at regular intervals for a period of 1000 hours. It is important to understand
that long-term stability is not ensured by design and that the output from the device may shift beyond the typical
30 ppm specification at any time. For systems that require highly stable output voltages over long periods of
time, the designer should consider burning in the devices prior to use to minimize the amount of output drift
exhibited by the reference over time