Summary

The Texas Instruments LM4050QML-SP is a space-graded precision voltage reference suitable for data acquisition systems, instrumentation, process control and energy management.

LM4050QML-SP is packaged in a 10-Lead Ceramic CLGA and is designed to operate without the need for an external stabilizing capacitor. LM4050QML-SP is also designed to ensure stability with a capacitive load.

Stable reverse breakdown voltage accuracy is ensured over a range of operating temperatures and currents through low dynamic impedance and bandgap reference temperature drift curvature correction.

Applications

  • Control Systems
  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Instrumentation
  • Process Control
  • Energy Management

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Key features

  • Low Dose Rate Qualified 100 krad(Si)
  • SEFI Immune
  • SET Immune with 60µF CLOAD
  • CLOAD 0µF to 100µF
  • Fixed Reverse Breakdown Voltage of 2.500V, 5.000V

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Last updated: 2021-12-21

LM4050QML-SP

Radiation-hardness-assured (RHA) 2.5-V or 5-V shunt voltage reference

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Specs

output voltage
2.5 V
5 V
RoHS compliance
no
operating temperature
-55 to 125 C

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