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Mar. 7, 2017
Ricoh Electronic Devices Co., Ltd.
Ricoh Electronic Devices Co., Ltd. has launched the RP118, an ultra-low 0.2 µA current consumption voltage regulator designed for IoT/wearable devices.
As IoT market expands, the compactness and the long-time driving battery are desired for wire-less sensor terminals and wearable devices.
The RP118 features ultra-low 0.2 µA current consumption at no load and 0.002 µA standby current contributing to the long-time driving battery.
A compact 1.0 x 1.0 mm DFN(PLP)1010-4 package and a 0.64 x 0.64 mm WLCSP-4-P8 package (will be released soon) achieve high density mounting.
The output current is 100 mA, and the output voltage ranges from 1.2 V to 3.6 V, to be set in 0.1 V step.
The automatically switchable operating modes, fast response mode and low power mode, enable fast response characteristics while the consumption current is low.
|Current Consumption||Typ. 0.2 µA|
|Standby Current||Typ. 0.002 µA|
|Input Voltage Range||1.7 V to 5.5 V (Maximum Rating 6.5 V)|
|Output Voltage Range||1.2 V to 3.6 V (0.1 V step)|
|Output Voltage Accuracy||±1%|
|Dropout Voltage||Typ. 0.1 V (Iout=100 mA, Vset = 2.8 V)|
|Built-in Fold Back Protection||Typ. 50 mA (Current at short mode)|
|Operating Mode||Automatic mode (Automatically shifts between fast response mode and low power mode)|
|Ceramic capacitors are recommended to be used with this IC||1.0 µF or more|
|Package||DFN(PLP)1010-4, WLCSP-4-P8(U.D.), SOT-23-5(U.D.)|
RP118 Series (SOT-23-5, DFN(PLP)1010-4, WLCSP-4-P8)