A linear regulator known as an LDO is capable of running with very little potential difference between the input and output voltage.
A linear regulator is a sort of power supply IC used in many different electrical devices that can produce a constant voltage from an input voltage.
This integrated circuit is well suited for low-power or small VIN-to-VOUT differential applications because a low-dropout regulator (LDO) regulates a voltage by converting surplus power into heat.
The global automotive LDO regulator market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The S-19255 Series of automobile LDO linear regulators was introduced by ABLIC Inc., a group company of MinebeaMitsumi Inc.
An IC called an LDO linear regulator controls voltage to keep the output voltage steady.The new S-19255 Series is available in the HSNT-4(1010)B (1.0×1.0xt0.41mm), the smallest package in the industry, which makes it easier to create systems that can flexibly house smaller camera modules.
The high PSRR of the new S-19255 Series is another feature (Power Supply Rejection Ratio). The PSRR measures how much ripple from the power supply may be eliminated from the output.
This high PSRR device is the perfect ally for very sensitive camera modules since it suppresses ripple across a broad frequency band to give clean power.
Additionally, the S-19255 Series is designed to comply with Grade 1 of the AEC-Q100 (Automotive Electronics Council) quality standard for automotive ICs and is PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) capable.
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