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MAX882, MAX883, MAX884

5V/3.3V or Adjustable, Low-Dropout, Low-IQ, 200mA Linear Regulator with Standby Mode

250mA LDOs Consume Just 11µA at Any Load and in Dropout
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Description

The MAX882/MAX883/MAX884 linear regulators maximize battery life by combining ultra-low supply currents and low dropout voltages. They feature 200mA output current capability at up to +125°C junction temperature and come in a 1.5W SOIC package. The 1.5W package (compared to 0.47W for standard SOIC packages) allows a wider operating range for the input voltage and output current. The MAX882/MAX883/MAX884 use a p-channel MOSFET pass transistor to maintain a low 11µA (15µA max) supply current from no-load to the full 200mA output. Unlike earlier bipolar regulators, there are no PNP base current losses that increase with output current. In dropout, the MOSFET does not suffer from excessive base currents that occur when PNP transistors go into saturation. Typical dropout voltages are 220mV at 5V and 200mA, or 320mV at 3.3V and 200mA.

The MAX882 features a 7µA standby mode that disables the output but keeps the reference, low-battery comparator, and biasing circuitry alive. The MAX883/MAX884 feature a shutdown (OFF) mode that turns off all circuitry, reducing supply current to less than 1µA. All three devices include a low-battery-detection comparator, fold-back current limiting, reverse-current protection, and thermal-overload protection.

The output is preset at 3.3V for the MAX882/MAX884 and 5V for the MAX883. In addition, all devices employ Dual Mode™ operation, allowing user-adjustable outputs from 1.25V to 11V using external resistors. The input voltage supply range is 2.7V to 11.5V.

For low-dropout linear regulators with output currents up to 500mA, refer to the MAX603/MAX604 data sheet.

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Key Features

  • Foldback Current Limiting
  • High-Power (1.5W) 8-Pin SO Package
  • Dual Mode Operation: Fixed or Adjustable Output from 1.25V to 11V
  • Large Input Range (2.7V to 11.5V)
  • Internal 1.1Ω p-Channel Pass Transistor Draws No Base Current
  • Low 220mV Dropout Voltage at 200mA Output Current
  • 11µA (typ) Quiescent Current
  • 1µA (max) Shutdown Mode or 7µA (typ) Standby Mode
  • Low-Battery Detection Comparator
  • Reverse-Current Protection
  • Thermal-Overload Protection
 

Applications/Uses

  • 1.25V to 11V Adjustable Regulators
  • 3.3V and 5V Regulators
  • Automotive Electronics
  • High-Efficiency Linear Regulators
  • Pagers and Cell Phones
  • Portable Instrumentation
  • Solar-Powered Instruments
   

Key Specifications:

Linear Regulators
Part Number Regulators VIN
(V)
VIN
(V)
Preset VOUT
(V)
Adj. VOUT
(V)
Adj. VOUT
(V)
VDROPOUT @Rated ILOAD
(V)
Rated ILOAD
(mA)
ICC
(µA)
Output Voltage Noise
(µV RMS)
Ref. Bypass Low Batt./ Pwr. Fail Out Watchdog Reverse Batt. Protect. Oper. Temp.
(°C)
Budgetary
Price
min max min max typ max typ See Notes
MAX882  1 2.7 11.5 3.3 1.25 11 0.32 200 15 250 No Yes No No
-40 to +85
0 to +70
$1.72 @1k
MAX883  5 0.22 $1.72 @1k
MAX884  3.3 0.32 $2.24 @1k
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Pricing Notes:

This pricing is BUDGETARY, for comparing similar parts. Prices are in U.S. dollars and subject to change. Quantity pricing may vary substantially and international prices may differ due to local duties, taxes, fees, and exchange rates. For volume-specific and version-specific prices and delivery, please see the price and availability page or contact an authorized distributor.



Diagram

MAX882, MAX883, MAX884: Typical Operating Circuit
Typical Operating Circuit

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Document Ref.: 19-0275 Rev 4; 2010-02-12
This page last modified: 2010-02-12