The ISL9016A is a high performance dual LDO capable of providing up to 150mA current on each channel. It features a low standby current and very high PSRR and is stable with output capacitance of 1μF to 4. 7μF with an ESR of up to 200mΩ. The device integrates a separate enable function for each output. The quiescent current is typically 49μA when only one LDO is enabled and typically 80μA when both LDOs are enabled. When both LDOs are under shutdown condition, the drawing current is typically less than 1μA. The ISL9016A provides a wide input voltage range from 1. 8V to 6. 5V. It also has a high PSRR of 80dB at 1kHz and 45dB at 1MHz. The ISL9016A also provides output current limit, overheat protection, reverse current protection, as well as excellent load transient response. The ISL9016A is offered in a tiny 1. 6mmx1. 6mm 6 Ld UTDFN package. Output voltage options are available from 1. 2V to 2. 8V. Several combinations of voltage outputs are standard and others may be available upon request.

Features

  • Dual integrated 150mA high performance LDOs
  • High PSRR: 80dB at 1kHz and 45dB at 1MHz
  • Reverse current protection
  • Low quiescent current
  • 49μA (single LDO enabled)/80μA (dual LDOs enabled)
  • Excellent load transient response
  • Typically ±0.8% output voltage accuracy
  • Low output noise: typically 25μVRMS
  • Wide input voltage capability: 1.8V to 6.5V
  • Low dropout voltage: typically 120mV at 150mA
  • Separate enable control for each LDO
  • Stable with 1μF to 4.7μF ceramic output capacitors
  • Soft-start to limit input current surge during enable
  • Current limit and overheat protection
  • Tiny 6 Ld 1.6mmx1.6mm UTDFN package
  • Pb-free (RoHS Compliant)

Product Options

Part Number Part Status Pkg. Type Carrier Type MOQ Buy Sample
Active uTDFN Reel 3000
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Active uTDFN Reel 3000
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Active uTDFN Reel 3000
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Documentation & Downloads

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Datasheets & Errata
ISL9016A Datasheet Datasheet PDF 748 KB
Application Notes & White Papers
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AN1681: Grounding Techniques Application Note PDF 509 KB
AN1684: Nonideality of Ground Application Note PDF 397 KB