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Home > Low Dropout Linear Regulators
LR3865 Datasheet





The UTC LR3865 belonged to low-dropout, linear regulators operate from 2.5V to 6V input and are guaranteed to deliver 2A. Wide range of preset output voltage options are available. Built-in low on-resistance transistor provides low dropout voltage and large output current. The UTC LR3865 is designed and optimized for battery-powered systems to work with low noise. The UTC LR3865 consumes less than 0.5μA in shutdown mode. Other features include ultra low dropout voltage, current limiting protection, thermal shutdown protection and high ripple rejection ratio.




* 2A Guaranteed Output Current

* 0.5μA Shutdown Current

* Current Limiting Protection

* Thermal Shutdown Protection

* Excellent Line/Load Transient

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