VOLTAGE REGULATORS. XC62FP3002 Datasheet
x CMOS Low Power Consumption
x Small Input-Output Voltage Differential:
0.12V at 100mA and 0.38V at 200mA
x Maximum Output Current: 250mA (VOUT=5.0V)
x Output Voltage Range: 2.0V~6.0V
q Battery Powered Equipment
q Portable Cameras and Video Recorders
q Reference Voltage Sources
w x Highly Accurate: ±2% (±1%)
s General Description
The XC62FP series is a group of positive voltage output, three-pin
regulators, that provide a high current even when the input/output voltage
differential is small. Low power consumption and high accuracy is achieved
through CMOS and laser trimming technologies.
The XC62FP consists of a high-precision voltage reference, an error
correction circuit, and a current limited output driver. Transient response to
load variations have improved in comparison to the existing series.
SOT-23 (150mW) and SOT-89 (500mW) packages are available.
Max. output current: 250mA (within max. power dissipation, VOUT = 5.0V)
Output voltage: 2.0V to 6.0V in 0.1V increments (1.1V to 1.9V for custom
Highly accurate: Output voltage ±2% (±1% for semi-custom products)
Low power consumption: Typ. 2.0µA at VOUT=5.0V
Output voltage temperature coefficient 0.1% /V: Typ. ±100ppm/:
Input stability: Typ. 0.2%/V
Small input/output differential: IOUT = 100mA at VOUT = 5.0V with a
Ultra small package: SOT-23 (150mW) mini-mold and SOT-89 (500mW)
*TO-92 (300mW) package also available. (order basis)
s Pin Configuration
VSS VIN VOUT
s Block Diagram
s Pin Assignment
2 3 VOUT
Supply voltage input
Regulated voltage output
s Absolute Maximum Ratings
Input Voltage VIN 12
Output Current IOUT 500
VOUT VSS–0.3 ~ VIN+0.3
Power Dissipation SOT-89
Operating Ambient Temperature Topr
–40 ~ +85
Tstg –40 ~ +125
s Standard Circuit
s Notes on Use
1. Please use this IC within the stipulated absolute maximum ratings as the IC is liable to malfunction outside of such parameters.
2. There is a possibility that oscillation may occur as a result of the impedance present between the power supply and the IC's input. Where
impedance is 10Ω or more, please use a capacitor (CIN) of at least 1µF.
With a large output current, operations can be stabilised by increasing capacitor size (CIN). If CIN is small and capacitor size (CL) is increased,
there is a possibility of oscillation due to input impedance.
In such cases, operations can be stabilised by either increasing the size of CIN or decreasing the size of CL.
3. Please ensure that output current (IOUT) is less than Pd ÷ (VIN -VOUT) and does not exceed the stipulated Continuous Total Power Dissipation
value (Pd) for the package.
4. Should you wish to increase output current (IOUT) and/or have the capability to exceed the stipulated Pd value, using a current boost circuit
(similar to the one shown below) is likely to lead to oscillation.
With such applications, we recommend use of a boost type voltage regulator, such as the Torex XC62EP series.
s Current Boost Circuit : Poor Example