The XC6206P502MR is a highly precise low quiescent current, high voltage positively voltage regulator. They are manufactured with CMOS and laser trimming techniques. It can deliver high currents, with a very small dropout voltage. It is composed of the current limiter circuit as well as a driver transistor an accurate reference voltage, as well as an error correction circuit. It’s compatible with low ESR ceramic capacitors. The circuit that limits the current of the current limiter can also function as an emergency short protection for the current limiter’s output as well as the output pin.
Voltage regulator IC
Maximum Output Current is 250mA(5.0V)
Dropout Voltage is 160mV@IOUT=100mA(5.0V)
Maximum Operating Voltage is 6.0V
Output Voltage Range is 1.2～5.0V(0.1V increments)
Operating Ambient Temperature is from -40℃ to 85℃
Pin of XC6206P502MR Voltage Regulator
Number of Pins – 3
Max Operating Temperature – 85°C
Min Operating Temperature – -40°C
Circuits of XC6206P502MR Voltage Regulator
voltage regulator circuit
Where to Use XC6206P502MR Voltage Regulator?
The XC6206P502MR voltage regulator is general use and is suitable for battery-powered equipment, reference voltage sources, cameras, video cameras, portable AV systems, mobile phones, portable games, cordless phones, and as well as wireless communication equipment.
How to Use XC6206P502MR Voltage Regulator?
What Does a Voltage Regulator Do?
The voltage regulator can be described as a gadget to stabilize an output voltage. The voltage regulator IC is comprised of voltage controlling circuits, control circuits, and a servomotor. When the input voltage or load is changed, the control circuit will be used to sample or compare, and amplify. Then, it controls the servo motor’s rotation. The position of the carbon-based brush regulator is changed, automatically adjusting the turn ratio to keep the stableness of the voltage output.
The voltage regulator controls the field currents through the rotor inside the alternator so that it can control the output of the alternator. It is typically located on or inside the reverse of the case. If there is no voltage regulator an alternator can produce up to 250 volts. It can be extremely destructive.
The Different between voltage regulator 12v and voltage regulator 5V
What is a voltage regulator 12v?
A voltage regulator 12v is a three-terminal positive regulator that has an output voltage of 12V that is fixed. This regulator fixed provides local control and internal current limiter and thermal shut-down controls, and safe-area safeguards for projects.
voltage regulator 12v
What is a voltage regulator 5V?
A voltage regulator 5V is a three-terminal positive regulator that has a 5V output voltage fixed. This regulator fixed provides local control and internal current limiter and thermal shut-down controls, and safe zone security for the project you are working on.
voltage regulator 5V
What is voltage regulator 12v to 5v?
A voltage regulator 12v to 5v DC can be utilized for (10mA to 1 amp ) medium current circuits that require high current. It is capable of keeping the same output current used at an input point.
About the Manufacturer
Torex has grown rapidly as a leading manufacturer of CMOS power management ICs which are widely used for energy-efficient applications powered by batteries. They provide the main supply line of voltage regulators, voltage detectors, and DC/DC converters. They also provide high-quality products including charge pump ICs, Multi-Chip Modules, Mosfets, op-amps, oscillators, etc. Based on their unique tenet of “Green Operation”, Torex designs and develops CMOS analog technologies combined with their high-performance products to meet the specific requirements of their customers. Their devices can switch between two modes: high speed and power save automatically or manually, which depends on the load current.
The XC6206P502MR is a highly precise low quiescent current, high voltage positively voltage regulator. It can deliver high currents, with a very small dropout voltage. It is general use and is suitable for battery-powered equipment, reference voltage sources, cameras, video cameras, portable AV systems, mobile phones, portable games, cordless phones, and as well as wireless communication equipment.