Obtain the Right Output Voltage with HTC LM1117 

HTC introduces the LM1117 series, a switching mode regulator that combines high power with energy-efficient performance that significantly lowers operational cooling needs. 

The LM1117 is a low-power, positive voltage regulator designed to output 1A of current. It’s ideal for battery-powered applications, as active terminators for the SCSI bus, and portable computers. The LM1117 features very low quiescent current and exceptionally low dropout voltage of 1V at a full load, with lower voltages as output current decreases. The device is available in adjustable or fixed 1.2V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, and 5V models and comes in a 3-pin surface mount package SOT-223. 


-Output current up to 1A 

-MLCC, Aluminum electrolytic capacitor applicable 

-Three Terminal Adjustable (ADJ) or Fixed 1.2V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V 

-Line Regulation typically at 0.1% max. 

-Load Regulation typically at 0.2% max. 

-Internal Current and Terminal Protection 

-Moisture Sensitivity Level 3 

The new LM1117 series is ideal for high power applications such as server platforms, storage systems and networking equipment where thermal management is critical. The LM1117 series is also suitable for industrial applications such as robotics and automation equipment where reliability under harsh conditions is an issue. 

Manufacturer: HTC Korea was incorporated in 2000 with the goal of becoming a leader in the power management IC industry, and it has been making steady progress towards that goal.HTC Korea is well-known for its high-quality products in the Asian market and aims to become the world leader in Power Management IC industry by using its highly diversified R&D technology. 

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