LM136-5.0, LM236-5.0, LM336-5.0
SNVS750D – JUNE 1999 – REVISED MARCH 2013
LM136-5.0, LM236-5.0, LM336-5.0 5.0V Reference Diode
Check for Samples: LM136-5.0, LM236-5.0, LM336-5.0
•2 Adjustable 4V to 6V
• Low Temperature Coefficient
• Wide Operating Current of 600 μA to 10 mA
• 0.6Ω Dynamic Impedance
• ± 1% Initial Tolerance Available
• Specified Temperature Stability
• Easily Trimmed for Minimum Temperature Drift
• Fast Turn-on
• Three Lead Transistor Package
The LM136-5.0/LM236-5.0/LM336-5.0 integrated
circuits are precision 5.0V shunt regulator diodes.
These monolithic IC voltage references operate as a
low temperature coefficient 5.0V zener with 0.6Ω
dynamic impedance. A third terminal on the LM136-
5.0 allows the reference voltage and temperature
coefficient to be trimmed easily.
The LM136-5.0 series is useful as a precision 5.0V
low voltage reference for digital voltmeters, power
supplies or op amp circuitry. The 5.0V makes it
convenient to obtain a stable reference from low
voltage supplies. Further, since the LM136-5.0
operates as a shunt regulator, it can be used as
either a positive or negative voltage reference.
The LM136-5.0 is rated for operation over −55°C to
+125°C while the LM236-5.0 is rated over a −25°C to
+85°C temperature range. The LM336-5.0 is rated for
operation over a 0°C to +70°C temperature range.
See the Connection Diagrams for available packages.
For applications requiring 2.5V see LM136-2.5.
Figure 1. TO-92 Plastic Package
Figure 2. TO Metal Can Package
Figure 3. SOIC Package
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