Richardson RFPD Datasheets for IC Voltage Regulators

IC voltage regulators are three-terminal devices that provide a constant DC output voltage that is independent of the input voltage, output load current, and temperature. IC voltage regulators are used in power supplies that hold their output voltage constant over a wide range of load variations.
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150 mA, Low Dropout, CMOS Linear Regulator
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The ADP2164 is a 4 A, synchronous, step-down dc-to-dc regulator in a compact 4 mm × 4 mm LFCSP package. The regulator uses a current mode, constant frequency pulse-width modulation...
The ADP2441 is a constant frequency, current mode control, synchronous, step-down dc-to-dc regulator that is capable of driving loads up to 1 A with excellent line and load regulation characteristics.
The ADP322/ADP323 200 mA triple output LDOs combine high PSRR, low noise, low quiescent current, and low dropout voltage to extend the battery life of portable devices and are ideally...
The ADP7102 is a CMOS, low dropout linear regulator that operates from 3.3 V to 20 V and provides up to 300 mA of output current. This high input voltage...

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