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ADR395 View Datasheet(PDF) - Analog Devices

Part NameADR395 ADI
Analog Devices ADI
DescriptionMicropower, Low Noise Precision Voltage References with Shutdown
ADR395 Datasheet PDF : 20 Pages
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ADR390/ADR391/ADR392/ADR395
General-Purpose Current Source
Many times in low power applications, the need arises for a
precision current source that can operate on low supply vol-
tages. ADR390/ADR391/ADR392/ADR395 can be configured
as a precision current source. As shown in Figure 45, the circuit
configuration is a floating current source with a grounded load.
The reference’s output voltage is bootstrapped across RSET,
which sets the output current into the load. With this
configuration, circuit precision is maintained for load currents
in the range from the reference’s supply current, typically 90 µA
to approximately 5 mA.
VIN
SHDN
VOUT
ADR39x
VIN VOUT
GND
ISY (ISET)
ISET
R1
0.1µF
ISY
ADJUST
R1
RSET
P1
IOUT = ISET + ISY (ISET)
RL
Figure 44. A General-Purpose Current Source
High Power Performance with Current Limit
In some cases, the user may want higher output current
delivered to a load and still achieve better than 0.5% accuracy
out of the ADR39x. The accuracy for a reference is normally
specified on the data sheet with no load. However, the output
voltage changes with load current.
The circuit shown in Figure 45 provides high current without
compromising the accuracy of the ADR39x. The series pass
transistor Q1 provides up to 1 A load current. The ADR39x
delivers only the base drive to Q1 through the force pin. The
sense pin of the ADR39x is a regulated output and is connected
to the load.
The transistor Q2 protects Q1 during short-circuit limit faults
by robbing its base drive. The maximum current is
ILMAX 0.6 V/RS
R1
4.7k
VIN
U1
SHDN GND
VIN
VOUT (FORCE)
VOUT (SENSE)
ADR39x
Q2
Q2N2222
Q1
Q2N4921
RS
RL
IL
Figure 45. ADR39x for High Power Performance with Current Limit
A similar circuit function can also be achieved with the
Darlington transistor configuration, as shown in Figure 46.
R1
4.7k
VIN
U1
SHDN GND
VIN
VOUT (FORCE)
VOUT (SENSE)
ADR39x
Q2N2222
Q1
RS
Q2
Q2N4921
RL
Figure 46. ADR39x for High Output Current
with Darlington Drive Configuration
Rev. F | Page 18 of 20
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ADR390, ADR391, ADR392, and ADR395 are precision 2.048 V, 2.5 V, 4.096 V, and 5 V band gap voltage references, respectively, featuring low power and high precision in a tiny footprint. Using ADI’s patented temperature drift curvature correction techniques, the ADR39x references achieve a low 9 ppm/°C of temperature drift in the TSOT package.

FEATURES
Compact TSOT-23-5 packages
Low temperature coefficient
   B grade: 9 ppm/°C
   A grade: 25 ppm/°C
Initial accuracy
   B grade: ±4 mV maximum
   A grade: ±6 mV maximum
Ultralow output noise: 5 µV p-p (0.1 Hz to 10 Hz)
Low dropout: 300 mV
Low supply current
   3 µA maximum in shutdown
   120 µA maximum in operation
No external capacitor required
Output current: 5 mA
Wide temperature range
    −40°C to + 125°C

 

APPLICATIONS
Battery-powered instrumentation
Portable medical instrumentation
Data acquisition systems
Industrial process controls
Automotive

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