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LMZ10500: Vref and Gain - Thermal drift

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Part Number: LMZ10500

Hello Team,

within the datasheet we have the max and min value for the Vref variation and Gain, but this are related to T=25C.

Do we have a typical value for the drift that this parameters (Vref, gain) have vs. temperature?

This would help to have an estimation on how the voltage would change over temperature.

The module will be indeed stressed in the entire working temperature range.

Thanks,

SunSet

  • Hi SunSet,

    Unfortunately, the datasheet does not provide a Vref/ gain vs. temperature plot. In that case, it would not be possible to provide this information as it would be like extending the datasheet. But may I know how critical it is for the customer to have this information and I could probably discuss with my team to see how we could help you. 

    Regards,

    Febin

  • In reply to Febin:

    that's why I'm asking! ;)

    Well as typical data would not be that extension.

    Please contact me offline, I can share details.

    SunSet

  • In reply to Sunset:

    Hi SunSet,

    This is an old device and it would be difficult to find validation/characterization data from the database for this device. In any case, it would still be typical data and this cannot be used by the customer for his application but only as a reference. I am afraid, I don't understand the purpose of having this plot. 

    Please use my email ID: febin.hameed@ti.com, if you would like to share more details. In that case, I will close this post and we can discuss internally.

    Regards,

    Febin

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