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Maybe I should put 10uF ceramic on input not electrolytic? Sign up using Email and Password.
Should I try find adapters with 1. All the circuit diagrams in the datasheet seem to be for the adjustable configurations. I have uF there. What will be better choice of capacitors here? I didn’t ask about where it’s located.
Should I follow datasheet with ceramic caps? I am building a circuit using a fixed 5V LM Keep the nF ceramic output capacitor in your prototype. Post as a guest Name.
If the capacitor has very low ESR such as a ceramic type, you can just add an appropriate series resistor. Keep the nF ceramic input capacitor in your prototype. Ignoring the stability requirement can lead to oscillation- LDO regulators are not as forgiving as regular 3-terminal regulators.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Pm1084 will help remove input transients and noise. They’re to prevent ripples.
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CatsLoveJazz Yes, and like most LDOs you need them and they have to be of the correct type to ensure stability, otherwise the regulator can turn into an oscillator. For a detailed explanation on this and other related topics, though probably much more than you may be interested in, you can check the excellent “Input and output capacitor selection” Application Report, from Texas Instruments. I lm084 assuming you have the 5. You really need to read the datasheet, not just skim it for schematics.
Datasheet says put 10uF tantalum on both sides. I would find switching regulators that you can add as large a heatsink and inductor as you need for your application.
My advice here is twofold: Take a known toroid and a decent gauge magnet wire, and get to winding. It clearly says that a minimum ESR corresponding to a kHz pole is required.
And I say apparently because the input capacitor ESR has very litte or none impact in the stability of a regulator. Ground pin for the fixed output voltage versions. You show tantalums, which are no problem in that respect since they have an acceptable range of ESR but if you get the urge to replace the output capacitor with a ceramic type perhaps because you experience an unfortunate but typical ‘ignition’ event with a tantalums at high available current you may have to add resistance in series read the data sheet carefully- I scanned it and saw insufficient information.
However, the datasheet explicitly states that “Output capacitance can be increased indefinitely to improve transient response and stability.
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