Datasheet

AS1363
1 A L o w D r o p o u t L i n e a r Vo l t a g e R e g u l a t o r
1 General Description
2 Key Features
The AS1363 is a low-dropout linear regulator that operates from a
+2.0V to +5.5V supply and delivers a guaranteed 500mA load
current with low 150mV dropout.
Guaranteed Output Current: 500mA
The device is available in two versions (see Table 1). One version
has a high-accuracy output with a preset voltage (1.2V, 1.5V, 1.8V,
3.0V, 3.3V, or 4.5V). This voltage is internally trimmed and also offers
a Bypass pin. With a capacitor connected to this Bypass pin, the
PSRR and the Noise performance is improved.
2.0V to 5.5V Input Voltage
At the other version the output voltage is user-adjustable (1.2V to
5.3V) and offers an SET pin for setting the output voltage.
Table 1. Standard Products
Low Dropout: 150mV @ 500mA
Fixed Output Voltage: 1.2V to 5.0V
User-Adjustable Output Voltage: 1.2V to 5.3V
Power OK Output
Low Quiescent Current: 40µA
Low Shutdown Current: 30nA
Model
Output Type
BYP
SET
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Adjustable
No
Yes
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Fixed
Yes
No
Thermal Overload Protection
Output Current Limit
A low supply current (65µA typ.) at maximum load is making the
device ideal for portable battery-operated equipment.
Other features are included such as an active-low open-drain reset
output that indicates when the output is out of regulation, a lowcurrent (30nA typ.) shutdown mode, an integrated short-circuit and a
thermal shutdown protection.
When in shutdown, a 5k (typ) discharge path is connected
between the output pin and ground. The AS1363 is available in a 6pin SOT23 package.
Output discharge path during shutdown
6-pin SOT23 Package
3 Applications
The device is ideal for laptops, PDAs, portable audio devices, mobile
phones, cordless phones, and any other battery-operated portable
device.
Figure 1. AS1363 - Typical Application Circuit
6
1
VIN
2.0V
to 5.5V
CIN
1µF
OUT
IN
VOUT
1.2V to 5.3V
COUT2
.2µF
R1
On
Off
3
AS1363-AD
5
SET
EN
R2
2
To Controller
4
GND
POK
VOUT Logic Supply Voltage
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100k
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4 Pin Assignments
Figure 2. Pin Assignments (Top View)
IN 1
POK 2
EN 3
6 OUT
AS1363
5 SET/BYP
4 GND
4.1 Pin Descriptions
Table 2. Pin Descriptions
Pin Number
Pin Name
1
IN
2
POK
Open-Drain POK Output. POK remains low while VOUT is below the POK threshold. Connect
a 100k pull-up resistor from this pin to OUT to obtain an output voltage (see Figure on page
1).
3
EN
Active-High Enable Input. A logic low reduces supply current below 30nA. In shutdown mode,
the POK output is low, and OUT is high impedance. Connect this pin to IN for normal operation.
4
GND
Ground
SET
Voltage-Setting Input. Connect to GND for preset output or Connect to a resistive voltagedivider between OUT and GND to set the output voltage between 1.2V and 5.3V (see Figure on
page 1).
BYP
Bypass Pin. Connect a 10nF capacitor from this pin to VOUT to improve PSRR and noise
performance (see Figure 16 on page 9).
OUT
Output. Sources up to 500mA. Bypass this pin with a 2.2µF low-ESR capacitor to GND (see
Figure on page 1).
Note: For output voltages below 2V a 4.7µF capacitor should be used.
5
6
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+2.0V to +5.5V Supply Voltage. Bypass this pin with a 1µF capacitor to GND (see Package
Drawings and Markings on page 16).
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5 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stresses beyond those listed in Table 3 may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of
the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in Electrical Characteristics on page 4 is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
Table 3. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
IN, POK, EN, SET/BYP to GND
-0.3
+6
V
OUT to GND
-0.3
VIN +0.3
V
Output Short-Circuit Duration
1
min
Continuous Power Dissipation
800
mW
Operating Temperature Range
-40
+85
ºC
Storage Temperature Range
-65
+150
ºC
+125
ºC
Junction Temperature
Package Body Temperature
Moisture Sensitive Level
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ºC
1
Comments
TAMB = +70ºC; derate 10mW/ºC above +70ºC
The reflow peak soldering temperature (body temperature)
specified is in accordance with IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020
“Moisture/Reflow Sensitivity Classification for NonHermetic Solid State Surface Mount Devices”.
The lead finish for Pb-free leaded packages is matte tin
(100% Sn).
Represents an unlimited floor life time
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6 Electrical Characteristics
All limits are guaranteed. The parameters with min and max values are guaranteed with production tests or SQC (Statistical Quality Control)
methods.
VIN = VOUT(NOM) + 500mV or VIN = +2.0V (whichever is greater), CIN = 1µF, COUT = 2.2µF, EN = IN, TAMB = -40 to +85ºC (unless otherwise
specified). Typical values are at TAMB = +25ºC.
Table 4. Electrical Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
VIN
Input Voltage
VPOR
Power On reset
Condition
Min
2.0
Output Voltage Accuracy
(Preset Mode)
1.96
V
+0.75
IOUT = 100mA
-1.5
+1.5
-2
+2
1.2
5.3
V
1.23
V
VSET/BYP
SET/BYP Voltage Threshold
(Adjustable Mode)
IOUT
Guaranteed Output Current (RMS)
ILIMIT
Short-Circuit Current Limit
VOUT = 0V
In-Regulation Current Limit
VOUT > 96% of nominal value
VIN = 2.5V, IOUT = 1mA, VOUT set to 2.0V
1.17
1.20
500
SET/BYP Threshold
0.55
SET/BYP Input Bias Current
IQ
Quiescent Current
VIN - VOUT
Dropout Voltage
VLNR
Line Regulation
VIN from (VOUT + 100mV) to 5.5V,
ILOAD = 5mA
VLDR
Load Regulation
IOUT = 1 to 500mA
VSET/BYP = 1.2V
%
mA
0.8
1.2
0.8
50
ISET
Output Voltage Noise
V
-0.75
Adjustable Output Voltage Range
Ripple Rejection
5.5
IOUT = 100µA, TAMB = +25ºC,
VOUT
2
Unit
1.78
1
1.87
Max
Falling, 100mV hysteresis
IOUT = 1 to 500mA, VIN > (VOUT + 0.5V)
PSRR
Typ
100
-100
A
A
150
mV
+100
nA
IOUT = 100µA
40
150
IOUT = 500mA
65
200
150
320
mV
-0.125
+0.125
%/V
-0.001
+0.001
%/mA
IOUT = 500mA
VOUT = 2.5V
f = 1kHz, IOUT = 10mA, adjustable Output
65
f = 10kHz, IOUT = 10mA, adjustable Output
70
f = 100kHz, IOUT = 10mA, adjustable Output
60
10Hz to 100kHz, IOUT = 10mA, adjustable Output
80
100Hz to 100kHz, IOUT = 10mA, adjustable Output
65
EN = GND, VIN = 5.5V, TAMB = 25°C
0.03
µA
dB
µVRMS
Shutdown
IOFF
VIH
VIL
IEN
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EN Input Threshold
EN Input Bias Current
EN = GND, VIN = 5.5V
2.0V < VIN < 5.5V
15
1.6
µA
V
2.0V < VIN < 5.5V
0.6
EN = IN or GND, TAMB = +25ºC
1
TAMB = +85ºC
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Table 4. Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
Symbol
Parameter
Condition
POK Output Low Voltage
POK sinking 1mA
Operating Voltage Range for Valid
POK Signal
POK sinking 100µA
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
0.05
0.25
V
5.5
V
POK Output
VOL
POK Output High leakage Current
POK Threshold
1.1
POK = 5.5V, TAMB = +25ºC
1
TAMB = +85ºC
5
Rising edge (referenced to VOUT(NOM))
90
94
nA
98
%
Thermal Protection
TSHDNN
Thermal Shutdown Temperature
170
ºC
TSHDNN
Thermal Shutdown Hysteresis
20
ºC
COUT
Output Capacitor
2.2
µF
Load Capacitor Range
Load Capacitor ESR
1
500
m
1. Guaranteed by production test of load regulation and line regulation.
2. Dropout voltage is defined as VIN - VOUT, when VOUT is 100mV below the value of VOUT measured for VIN = (VOUT(NOM) + 500mV).
Since the minimum input voltage is 2.0V, this specification is only valid when VOUT(NOM) > 2.0V.
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7 Typical Operating Characteristics
VIN = VOUT(NOM) + 0.5V, CIN = 1µF, COUT = 2.2µF, TAMB = 25°C (unless otherwise specified).
Figure 3. VDROP vs. IOUT;
Figure 4. VOUT vs. IOUT; VOUT(NOM) = 2.5V
160
2.503
120
Output Voltage (V)
Dropout Voltage (mV)
140
100
80
60
40
2.502
2.501
2.5
20
0
2.499
0
100
200
300
400
500
0
100
Load Current (mA)
Figure 5. VOUT vs. Temperature; VOUT(NOM) = 2.5V
300
400
500
Figure 6. VOUT vs. VIN; VOUT(NOM) = 2.5V
2.505
3
2.504
Iout = 0mA
2.5
2.503
Output Voltage (V)
Output Voltage (V)
200
Output Current (mA)
2.502
2.501
2.5
2.499
Iout = 500mA
2
1.5
1
2.498
0.5
2.497
2.496
-45 -30 -15
0
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
0
0.5
Temperature (°C)
Figure 7. Quiescent Current vs. VIN; no load
1.5
2
2.5
3
Figure 8. Quiescent Current vs. IOUT; VIN = 3.0V;
100
120
100
Quiescent Current (µA)
Quiescent Current (µA)
1
Input Voltage (V)
80
60
40
20
0
80
60
40
20
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
6
Input Voltage (V)
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100
200
300
400
500
Output Current (mA)
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Figure 9. Quiescent Current vs. Temperature; VIN = 3.0V
Figure 10. PSRR vs. Frequency; IOUT = 10mA, CIN = 68nF,
-50
80
-60
PSRR (dB)
Quiescent Current (µA)
100
60
40
-70
-80
20
no l oad
Iout = 100mA
-90
45
60
75
10
90
Temperature (°C)
VOUT
IOUT
200mV/Div
20mV/DIV
VIN
VOUT
100000
5µs/Div
Figure 14. Startup; VIN = 3.0V, IOUT = 100mA
1V/DIV
EN
VOUT
1V/Div
Figure 13. Startup; VIN = 3.0V, IOUT = 100mA
EN
10000
Figure 12. Load Transient Response;
VIN = 3.0V, IOUT = 50mA to 250mA
1ms/Div
VOUT
1000
Frequency (Hz)
Figure 11. Line Transient Response;
VIN = 3.0V to 3.5V, IOUT = 100mA
1ms/Div
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50mV/Div
30
100mA/DIV
15
1V/Div
0
1V/DIV
0
-45 -30 -15
20µs/Div
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8 Detailed Description
The AS1363 is a low-dropout, low-quiescent-current linear regulator specifically designed for battery-powered devices. The regulator supplies
loads of up to 500mA and can deliver a factory-preset output voltage or user-adjustable output voltage.
Figure 15. Block Diagram
VIN
2.0V to 5.5V
1
IN
CIN
1µF
Thermal
Sensor
MOSFET
Driver
w/ILIM
VOUT
1.2V to 5.3V
6
3
On
Off
EN
Shutdown
Logic
OUT
1.2V
Reference
+
Error
Amplifier
VOUT Logic Supply
Voltage
COUT 2.2µF
5k
–
R1
RPOK
100k
To Controller
2
5
POK
+
–
93%VREF
SET
+
–
+
–
100mV
R2
+
–
4
AS1363-AD
GND
Figure 15 shows the block diagram of the AS1363. It identifies the basics of a series linear regulator employing a P-Channel MOSFET as the
control element. A stable voltage reference (1.2VREF in Figure 15) is compared with an attenuated sample of the output voltage. Any difference
between the two voltages (reference and sample) creates an output from the error amplifier that drives the series control element to reduce the
difference to a minimum. The error amplifier incorporates additional buffering to drive the relatively large gate capacitance of the series pass Pchannel MOSFET, when additional drive current is required under transient conditions.. Input supply variations are absorbed by the series
element, and output voltage variations with loading are absorbed by the low output impedance of the regulator.
The device features a 1.2V reference, error amplifier, P-channel pass transistor, and internal feedback voltage-divider (see Figure 15). Additional
blocks include an output current limiter, thermal sensor, and shutdown logic.
8.1 Shutdown
If pin EN is connected to GND the AS1363 is disabled. In shutdown mode all internal circuits are turned off, reducing supply current to 30nA
typical. For normal operation pin EN must be connected to IN. During shutdown, POK is low.
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8.2 Output Voltage Selection
The AS1363 is available in two versions (see Ordering Information on page 18). One version can only operate at one fixed output voltage and
the other version can operate with a preset output voltage or with user-adjustable output voltages (1.2V to 5.3V).
For the fixed output voltage version connect a capacitor CBYP from pin BYP to VOUT to improve PSRR and Noise performance
(see Figure 16).
To use the factory preset output voltage of the user-adjustable output voltage version, connect pin SET to GND
(see Figure 17).
For configurations using an output voltage other than the factory preset, a voltage-divider from OUT to SET to GND is required, as shown in
(see Figure on page 1). A value for R2 in the 25k to 100k range should be sufficient. Calculate the value for R1 as:
V OUT
R 1 = R 2   --------------------- – 1
 V SETBYP 
(EQ 1)
Where:
VOUT is in a range from 1.2V to 5.3V.
VSET/BYP = 1.2V.
Figure 16. Fixed Output Voltage
1
VIN
2.0V to 5.5V
6
IN
CIN
1µF
VOUT
1.2V to 5.0V
OUT
COUT
2.2µF
RPOK
100k
AS1363
3
On
Off
2
EN
To Controller
CBYP
10nF
POK
5
4
GND
BYP
Figure 17. Adjustable Output using preset Output Voltage
1
VIN
2.5V to 5.5V
CIN
1µF
On
Off
VOUT
2.5V
OUT
COUT
2.2µF
RPOK
100k
3
EN
4
GND
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IN
AS1363-AD
2
To Controller
POK
5
SET
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8.3 Power-OK
The AS1363 features a power-ok indicator that asserts when the output voltage falls out of regulation. The open-drain POK output goes low
when output voltage at OUT falls 6% below its nominal value. A 100k pull-up resistor from POK to a (typically OUT) provides a logic control
signal.
POK can be used as a power-on-reset (POR) signal to a microcontroller or can drive an external LED to indicate a power failure condition.
Note: POK is low during shutdown.
8.4 Current Limit
The AS1363 features current limiting circuitry that monitors the pass transistor, limiting short-circuit output current to 0.8A (typ). The circuitry of
the AS1363 allows that the output can be shorted to ground for an indefinite period of time without damaging the device.
8.5 Thermal Overload Protection
Integrated thermal overload protection limits the total power dissipation in the AS1363. When the junction temperature (TJ) exceeds +170ºC
typically, the pass transistor is turned off. Normal operation is continued when TJ drops approximately 20ºC.
Note: Regardless of the hysteresis, continuous short-circuit condition will result in a pulsed output.
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9 Application Information
9.1 Dropout Voltage
Dropout is the input to output voltage difference, below which the linear regulator ceases to regulate. At this point, the output voltage change
follows the input voltage change. Dropout voltage may be measured at different currents and, in particular at the regulator maximum one. From
this is obtained the MOSFET maximum series resistance over temperature etc. More generally:
V DROPOUT = I LOAD  R SERIES
(EQ 2)
Dropout is probably the most important specification when the regulator is used in a battery application. The dropout performance of the
regulator defines the useful “end of life” of the battery before replacement or re-charge is required.
Figure 18. Graphical Representation of Dropout Voltage
VIN
VOUT
VIN = VOUT(TYP) + 0.5V
Dropout
Voltage
VOUT
100mV
VIN
VOUT
VIN
Figure 18 shows the variation of VOUT as VIN is varied for a certain load current. The practical value of dropout is the differential voltage (VOUTVIN) measured at the point where the LDO output voltage has fallen by 100mV below the nominal, fully regulated output value. The nominal
regulated output voltage of the LDO is that obtained when there is 500mV (or greater) input-output voltage differential.
9.2 Efficiency
Low quiescent current and low input-output voltage differential are important in battery applications amongst others, as the regulator efficiency is
directly related to quiescent current and dropout voltage. Efficiency is given by:
V
I
V IN  I Q + I LOAD 
LOAD
LOAD
Efficiency = ---------------------------------------  100 %
(EQ 3)
Where:
IQ = Quiescent current of LDO measured at VBIAS.
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9.3 Power Dissipation
Maximum power dissipation (PD) of the LDO is the sum of the power dissipated by the internal series MOSFET and the quiescent current
required to bias the internal voltage reference and the internal error amplifier, and is calculated as:
PD  MAX   Seriespass  = I LOAD  MAX   V IN  MAX  – V OUT  MIN   Watts
(EQ 4)
Internal power dissipation as a result of the bias current for the internal voltage reference and the error amplifier is calculated as:
PD  MAX   Bias  = V IN  MAX  I Q Watts
(EQ 5)
PD  MAX   Total  = PD  MAX   Seriespass  + PD  MAX   Bias  Watts
(EQ 6)
Total LDO power dissipation is calculated as:
9.4 Junction Temperature
Under all operating conditions, the maximum junction temperature should not be allowed to exceed 125ºC (unless the data sheet specifically
allows). Limiting the maximum junction temperature requires knowledge of the heat path from junction to case (JCºC/W fixed by the IC
manufacturer), and adjustment of the case to ambient heat path (CAºC/W) by manipulation of the PCB copper area adjacent to the IC position.
Figure 19. Package Physical Arrangements
SOTxx Package
Chip
Package
Bond Wire
Lead Frame
PCB
Figure 20. Steady State Heat Flow Equivalent Circuit
Package
TC°C
Junction
TJ°C
RJC
PCB/Heatsink
TS°C
RCS
Ambient
TA°C
RSA
Chip
Power
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Total Thermal Path Resistance:
R JA = R JC + R CS + R SA
(EQ 7)
T J =  PD  MAX   R JA  + T AMB ºC
(EQ 8)
Junction Temperature (TJºC) is determined by:
9.5 Explanation of Steady State Specifications
9.5.1
Line Regulation
Line regulation is defined as the change in output voltage when the input (or line) voltage is changed by a known quantity. It is a measure of the
regulator’s ability to maintain a constant output voltage when the input voltage changes. Line regulation is a measure of the DC open loop gain
of the error amplifier. More generally:
V
V IN
OUT
Line Regulation = ---------------- and is a pure number
In practise, line regulation is referred to the regulator output voltage in terms of % / VOUT. This is particularly useful when the same regulator is
available with numerous output voltage trim options.
V
V IN
100
V OUT
OUT
Line Regulation = ----------------  ------------ % / V
9.5.2
(EQ 9)
Load Regulation
Load regulation is defined as the change of the output voltage when the load current is changed by a known quantity. It is a measure of the
regulator’s ability to maintain a constant output voltage when the load changes. Load regulation is a measure of the DC closed loop output
resistance of the regulator. More generally:
V
I OUT
OUT
Load Regulation = ---------------- and is units of ohms ()
(EQ 10)
In practise, load regulation is referred to the regulator output voltage in terms of % / mA. This is particularly useful when the same regulator is
available with numerous output voltage trim options.
V
I OUT
100
V OUT
OUT
Load Regulation = ----------------  ---------------- % / mA
9.5.3
(EQ 11)
Setting Accuracy
Accuracy of the final output voltage is determined by the accuracy of the ratio of R1 and R2, the reference accuracy and the input offset voltage
of the error amplifier. When the regulator is supplied pre-trimmed, the output voltage accuracy is fully defined in the output voltage specification.
When the regulator has a SET terminal, the output voltage may be adjusted externally. In this case, the tolerance of the external resistor network
must be incorporated into the final accuracy calculation. Generally:
R1  R1
V OUT =  V SET  V SET   1 + ---------------------

R2  R2
(EQ 12)
The reference tolerance is given both at 25ºC and over the full operating temperature range.
9.5.4
Total Accuracy
Away from dropout, total steady state accuracy is the sum of setting accuracy, load regulation and line regulation. Generally:
Total % Accuracy = Setting % Accuracy + Load Regulation % + Line Regulation %
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9.6 Explanation of Dynamic Specifications
9.6.1
Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR)
Known also as Ripple Rejection, this specification measures the ability of the regulator to reject noise and ripple beyond DC. PSRR is a
summation of the individual rejections of the error amplifier, reference and AC leakage through the series pass transistor. The specification, in
the form of a typical attenuation plot with respect to frequency, shows up the gain bandwidth compromises forced upon the designer in low
quiescent current conditions. Generally:
V OUT
V IN
PSSR = 20Log ---------------- dB using lower case  to indicate AC values
(EQ 14)
Power supply rejection ratio is fixed by the internal design of the regulator. Additional rejection must be provided externally.
9.6.2
Output Capacitor ESR
The series regulator is a negative feedback amplifier, and as such is conditionally stable. The ESR of the output capacitor is usually used to
cancel one of the open loop poles of the error amplifier in order to produce a single pole response. Excessive ESR values may actually cause
instability by excessive changes to the closed loop unity gain frequency crossover point. The range of ESR values for stability is usually shown
either by a plot of stable ESR versus load current, or a limit statement in the datasheet.
Some ceramic capacitors exhibit large capacitance and ESR variations with temperature. Z5U and Y5V capacitors may be required to ensure
stability at temperatures below TAMB = -10ºC. With X7R or X5R capacitors, a 2.2µF capacitor should be sufficient at all operating temperatures.
Larger output capacitor values (10µF max) help to reduce noise and improve load transient-response, stability and power-supply rejection.
9.6.3
Input Capacitor
An input capacitor at VIN is required for stability. It is recommended that a 1.0µF capacitor be connected between the AS1363 power supply
input pin VIN and ground (capacitance value may be increased without limit subject to ESR limits). This capacitor must be located at a distance
of not more than 1cm from the VIN pin and returned to a clean analog ground. Any good quality ceramic, tantalum, or film capacitor may be used
at the input.
9.6.4
Noise
The regulator output is a DC voltage with noise superimposed on the output. The noise comes from three sources; the reference, the error
amplifier input stage, and the output voltage setting resistors. Noise is a random fluctuation and if not minimized in some applications, will
produce system problems.
9.6.5
Transient Response
The series regulator is a negative feedback system, and therefore any change at the output will take a finite time to be corrected by the error
loop. This “propagation time” is related to the bandwidth of the error loop. The initial response to an output transient comes from the output
capacitance, and during this time, ESR is the dominant mechanism causing voltage transients at the output. More generally:
V TRANSIENT = I OUTPUT  R ESR
Units are Volts, Amps, Ohms.
(EQ 15)
Thus an initial +50mA change of output current will produce a -12mV transient when the ESR=240m. Remember to keep the ESR within
stability recommendations when reducing ESR by adding multiple parallel output capacitors.
After the initial ESR transient, there follows a voltage droop during the time that the LDO feedback loop takes to respond to the output change.
This drift is approx. linear in time and sums with the ESR contribution to make a total transient variation at the output of:
T
V TRANSIENT = I OUTPUT   R ESR + ----------------

C LOAD
Units are Volts, Seconds, Farads, Ohms.
(EQ 16)
Where:
CLOAD is output capacitor
T = Propagation delay of the LDO
This shows why it is convenient to increase the output capacitor value for a better support for fast load changes. Of course the formula holds for
t < “propagation time”, so that a faster LDO needs a smaller cap at the load to achieve a similar transient response. For instance 50mA load
current step produces 50mV output drop if the LDO response is 1usec and the load cap is 1µF.
There is also a steady state error caused by the finite output impedance of the regulator. This is derived from the load regulation specification
discussed above.
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9.6.6
Turn On Time
This specification defines the time taken for the LDO to awake from shutdown. The time is measured from the release of the enable pin to the
time that the output voltage is within 5% of the final value. It assumes that the voltage at VIN is stable and within the regulator Min and Max limits.
Shutdown reduces the quiescent current to very low, mostly leakage values (<1µA).
9.6.7
Thermal Protection
To prevent operation under extreme fault conditions, such as a permanent short circuit at the output, thermal protection is built into the device.
Die temperature is measured, and when a 170ºC (AS1363) threshold is reached, the device enters shutdown. When the die cools sufficiently, the
device will restart (assuming input voltage exists and the device is enabled). Hysteresis of 20ºC prevents low frequency oscillation between startup and shutdown around the temperature threshold.
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10 Package Drawings and Markings
The device is available in an 6-pin SOT23 package.
Figure 21. 6-pin SOT23 Package
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Figure 22. Package Markings
Top Marking
Pin1
ZZZZ
Bottom Marking
XXXX
Pin1
Table 5. Package Code
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XXXX
Marking
Encoded Datecode
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11 Ordering Information
The device is available as the standard products shown in Table 6.
Table 6. Ordering Information
Ordering Code
Marking
Output
SET/BYP
Delivery Form
Package
AS1363-BSTT-AD
ASQ9
adjustable
(preset to 2.5V)
SET
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-12*
ASRY
1.2V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-15
ASRA
1.5V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-18
ASRB
1.8V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-30
ASRC
3.0V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-33
ASRD
3.3V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
AS1363-BSTT-45
ASRE
4.5V
BYP
Tape and Reel
6-pin SOT23
*Future product.
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