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Sensor input circuit

Example of input circuit for various sensor signals

Sensor input circuit

Lineup

Small surface mount LDO regulator

Part number

TCR15AG

Series

TCR13AG

Series

TCR8BM

Series

TCR5BM

Series

TCR5RG

Series

TCR3RM

Series

TCR3U

Series

TCR2L

Series

TAR5

Series

Features

Low dropout voltage

High PSRR

High PSRR

Low noise

Low current

consumption

Low current

consumption

15V Input voltage

Bipolar type

IOUT (Max) [A]

1.5

1.3

0.8 0.5 0.3 0.2

PSRR (Typ.) [dB]

@f = 1 kHz

95

90 98 98 100 100 70 - 70
I(Typ.) [μA] 25 52 20 19 7 7 0.34 1 170

Low noise operational amplifier

Part number

TC75S67TU

Package

UFV

VDD,SS (Max) [V]

±2.75

VDD,SS (Min) [V]

±1.1

IDD (Typ. / Max) [μA]

430 / 700 (@VDD = 2.5 V)

VNI (Typ.) [nV/√Hz]  @f = 1 kHz

6

MCU

Part number

TMPM381FWFG

TMPM383FSUG

Maximum operation frequency

40 MHz

40 MHz

Instruction ROM

128 KB

64 KB

RAM

10 KB

8 KB

Timer 16bit x 8ch 16bit x 8ch
UART / SIO 3ch 2ch
UART (50 % duty) 1ch 1ch
ADC 18ch (12bit) 10ch (12bit)

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