Micropower Resistor Programmable Output from 0.4V to 18V

Posted on Jul 19, 2012

Voltage reference integrated circuits are widely used to establish accurate and stable voltages in analog circuits. While calibration-grade references are based on buried Zener diode technology (or even more exotic methods), the ubiquitous band-gap technique is the workhorse of the general purpose reference offerings. Band-gap references have historically offered fixed 1.2V to 10V outputs, along with a few adjustable models.

The highly miniaturized LT®6650 extends the scope of band-gap technology to offer the guaranteed ability to operate on a single supply down to 1.4V in ThinSOTTM packaging and with an output voltage as low as 0.4V. The LT6650 may also be powered by

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