dropout voltage

dropout voltage

[′dräp‚au̇t ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
The maximum voltage at which a relay or other magnetically operated device will release to its deenergized position.
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Low dropout voltage, a requirement for high-efficiency power supply applications
The LT8645Ss unique design maintains a minimum dropout voltage of only 60mV (at1A) under all conditions, enabling it to excel in scenarios such as automotive cold-crank.
The LT3045 delivers up to 500-mA output current with a 260-mV dropout voltage at full load across a wide 1.
Linear Technology Corporation (Milpitas, CA) announces the LT3061, a high voltage, low noise, low dropout voltage linear regulator with active output discharge.
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The low quiescent current, low dropout voltage, and wide input voltage range of the ADP5034 and ADP5024 also enable more efficient power management.
An integrated low dropout voltage regulator (2080).
The output voltage ranges from 0 V to 35 V, while the dropout voltage is only 275 mV at full load.
The dropout voltage for the family is typically at 270 mV, 140 mV and 100 mV at 3 A, 1.
At 25 [degrees] C, the relay actuation voltage is specified at 19 V DC (min) and the dropout voltage is [greater than] 2 V DC.
The space level screened devices, designed for point-of-load and post DC-DC power conversion, offer a low dropout voltage of only 0.