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REF3312: Bypass capacitor

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Part Number: REF3312

Hi,

From Figure 17, 1 to 10 μF is recommended for CBypass.
Is this the recommended value for the effective capacity?
If No, how much effective capacitance values do we need?

Best Regards,
Yuto Sakai

  • Hi Yuto,

    In figure 17, the 1uF to 10uF is the recommended value for input bypass capacitor but it is not necessary.
    I am unfamiliar with the term effective capacity, can you explain it?

    The CL output capacitive load from 0.1uF to 10uF is necessary for stability.

    -Marcoo

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  • In reply to Marcoo Z:

    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply.
    Sorry, the effective capacitance of the capacitor
    I understand that it is not necessary.

    Best regards,
    Yuto Sakai

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