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REF5025: The amount of characteristic change due to aging.

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Part Number: REF5025

Hello.

One of my customers wants the following data strongly.
Please tell me about the following devices.

・REF5025AIDGKR

Could you please tell the amount of characteristic change due to aging if you have.

best regards OZONO.

  • Hi OZONO,

    Ageing for voltage references can be found on the datasheet as "long-term Stability" on page 6 on the EC table.
    The datasheet also has long term stability graphs on page 11.
    REF5025 DS: www.ti.com/.../ref5025.pdf

    A blog on aging for longer than 2000hr can also be found here: e2e.ti.com/.../ic-long-term-stability-the-only-constant-is-change

    -Marcoo

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