Texas Instruments TL431ACLP, Adjustable Shunt Voltage Reference 2.5 - 36V, ±1.0 % 3-Pin, TO-92

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Shunt Voltage Reference, Adjustable, TL Series

Voltage References, Texas Instruments

Precison Fixed and Adjustable Voltage Reference ICs utilsing series, shunt or series/shunt topologies and available in both through-hole and surface mount packages. Voltage References are available with initial accuracies of ±0.02 to ±2%.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Nominal Voltage 2.5 - 36V
Package Type TO-92
Reference Type Adjustable
Initial Accuracy ±1.0 %
Mounting Type Through Hole
Topology Shunt
Maximum Output Current 100mA
Maximum Input Voltage 37 V
Minimum Output Voltage 2.5 V
Maximum Output Voltage 36 V
Pin Count 3
Dimensions 4.83 x 3.43 x 3.68mm
Width 3.43mm
Minimum Operating Temperature 0 °C
Height 3.68mm
Length 4.83mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +70 °C
In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days.
Price Each (In a Bag of 1000)
MYR 0.589
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MYR589.00
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