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TLS715B0NAV50- Flip chip Automotive Linear Voltage Regulator for Improved Thermal Inductance and Board Space
Infineon Technology has announced the production of its first flip-chip package linear voltage regulator, OPTIREG TLS715B0NAV50 for the high demanding Automotive Market. These Flip-chip technology-based ICs can be installed upside down in a package which makes the heated part to face the bottom of the package and will be closer to the PCB, hence the thermal inductance can be improved by the factor of 2 and 3. The higher power density enables a significantly smaller footprint than conventional package technologies.
Features of TLS715B0NAV50 Linear Voltage Regulator
- Wide Input Voltage Range from 4.0 V to 40 V
- Output Voltage 5 V, Output Voltage Precision ±2%
- Output Current up to 150 mA
- Low Current Consumption of 36 μA
- Very Low Dropout Voltage of typically 180 mV at 100 mA Output Current
- Stable with Small Output Capacitor of 1 μF
- Enables Overtemperature Shutdown and Output Current Limitation
- Wide Temperature Range from -40°C up to 150°C
- Has 60% smaller footprint than the established reference product
Note: The complete technical details can be found in the datasheet, linked at the bottom of this page.
The new linear voltage regulator is suitable for applications with very limited board space such as radar and cameras. The flip-chip technology has been used in consumer and industrial markets for several years, due to increasingly strict space requirements, particularly in the growing number of radar and camera systems, also automotive electronics require smaller power supply solutions – albeit with much higher quality requirements. For more information about the TLS715B0NAV50 flip-chip linear voltage regulator, visit the official website of Infineon Technologies.
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