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As an example, an "Electrical Characteristics" table for the TCR2EF and TCR2EE Series is shown below.

Definitions of the Terms in the Table

  1. Input voltage (VIN) :
    Absolute maximum voltage that can be applied between the input and GND
  2. Control voltage (VCT) :
    Voltage range over which an IC can be turned on and off
  3. Output voltage (VOUT) :
    Output voltage range that an IC can tolerate
  4. Output current (IOUT) :
    Maximum output current (load current) that can flow thru an IC
  5. Power dissipation (PD) :
    IMaximum power that the IC can dissipate. The PD value of a surface-mount device varies with pc board materials and land pad dimensions. The power dissipation (PD) of a low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulator can be calculated as follows:
    PD = VIN × IB +(VIN - VOUT)× IOUT
    where VIN is input voltage, VOUT is output voltage, IB is bias current and IOUT is output current.
  6. Operational temperature range (Topr) :
    The allowable ambient temperature range when the device is operating under a specified condition
  7. Junction temperature (Tj):
    Maximum junction temperature that the IC can tolerate
  8. Storage temperature (Tstg):
    Ambient temperature range in which the IC can be stored with no voltage applied
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