LDO voltage regulator has seven channels

May 19, 2019 //By Peter Clarke
LDO voltage regulator has seven channels
The SLG51000 configurable mixed-signal IC (CMIC) from Dialog Semiconductor is a seven-channel LDO voltage regulator aimed at smartphone cameras and sensor systems.

It features Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) of 73dB at 1MHz and output voltage noise of 10µV (rms). Each of the 7 channels from the LDO regulator provide from 475mA to 800mA output current capability, and a low quiescent current of less than 1µA for the entire integrated circuit (IC) during shutdown.

Working with the SLG51000, engineers can create a variety of functions and control logic for applications such as custom power sequencing, fault signaling, input conditioning and glue logic. All of this can be configured graphically thanks to GUI-based development software.

The SLG51000 is sampling and will be in production in 2H19.

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