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Part Number: REF3312
Please tell me the test condition below.
Why is there no current condition in Load regulation condition?
Or what do you mean?
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In reply to Marcoo Z:
In reply to Yuto Sakai:
Yes, for all 4 items it is +/- 5mA.
The load regulation does not include the transient characteristic like the ripple, instead it is the final settled value. Section 7 of this document helps explain it better and has visuals.
Hi Yuto-san, It means that between the ranges of +5ma and -5mA any current change will fall under that delta of ppm/mA. So for example in a typical application, the current goes from 0mA to 2mA at 25C the output voltage can change (6ppm/mA) * 2mA = 12ppm typical.
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