LDO Regulator A Real Noise Killer

Dialog Semiconductor’s SLG51000 configurable mixed-signal integrated circuit (CMIC) device boasts industry-leading low dropout (LDO) regulator performance, the. It is also said to exhibit the highest Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) and lowest output voltage noise of any programmable multi-channel LDO on the market.

The SLG51000 features a PSRR of 73 dB at 1 MHz, output voltage noise of 10 µVRMS, seven channels providing from 475 mA to 800 mA output current capability, and a quiescent current of less than 1µA for the entire integrated circuit (IC) during shutdown.  Additionally, the device can be configured graphically via its unique GUI-based development software.

The SLG51000 is sampling now and will be in production in the second half of 2019. For more information, checkout the SLG51000 page.

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