The LM LM are adjustable 3-terminal negative volt- age regulators capable of supplying in excess of b1 5A over an output voltage range of b1 2V to . The LM/LM are adjustable 3-terminal negative volt- .. Reproduction of TI information in TI data books or data sheets is permissible only if reproduction. LM/LMN 3-Terminal Adjustable Negative Regulators. Check for semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet.
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Retrieved 31 March The alternative is to use a switching voltage regulator which is usually more efficient but has a larger footprint and requires a larger number of associated components. datassheet
Linear regulators inherently waste power, the power dissipated is the current passed multiplied by the voltage difference between input and output. This is the trade-off for using linear regulators which are a simple way to lm13 a stable voltage with few additional components. How the adjustment pin is connected determines the output voltage as follows.
For large voltage differences, the energy lost as heat can ultimately be greater than that provided to the circuit. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved from ” https: Failure to do this may cause the circuit to short.
Because some quiescent current flows from the adjustment pin of the device, an error term is added:. Accidenti come scotta questo transistor.
LM Datasheet(PDF) – National Semiconductor (TI)
The mechanism used is similar enough that a voltage divider can be used in the same way as with the LM and the output follows the same formula, using the regulator’s fixed voltage for V ref e. The device can be configured to regulate the current to a load, rather than the voltage, by replacing the low-side resistor of the divider with the load itself.
The LM is a popular adjustable positive linear voltage regulator. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like the LM, each of the 78xx regulators is designed to adjust the output voltage until it is some pm137 voltage above the adjustment pin which in this case is labelled ” ground “. Archived from the original PDF on 31 March Higher regulated voltages are obtained by connecting the adjustment pin to a resistive voltage divider between the output and ground.
This page was last edited on 6 Julyat The LM is an adjustable analogue to the popular 78xx fixed regulators. It was designed by Robert “Bob” Pease. The LM has three pins: The LM negative complement to the LM regulates voltages below, rather than above, the reference. Views Read Edit View history.
The output current is that resulting from dropping the reference voltage across the resistor. In packages with a heat-dissipating mounting tab, such as TOthe tab is connected internally to the output pin which may make it necessary to electrically isolate the tab or the heat sink from other parts of the application circuit.
However, the 78xx device’s quiescent current is substantially higher and less stable. The LM relates in the same way to the fixed 79xx regulators.
LM137 – Negative Adjustable Regulator
In use an LM commonly requires a heat sink to prevent the operating temperature rising too high. Wikimedia Commons has media related to LM and Voltage regulator circuits. Linear integrated circuits Voltage regulation. Archived from the original on 17 December If the adjustment pin is connected to ground the output pin km137 a regulated voltage of 1.