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T2M Analog/Codec 4.2V->3.3V Low/Ultra-low Power LDO

4.2V->3.3V Low/Ultra-low Power LDO

Description and Features

A 4.2V -> 3.3V low power LDO (Low Drop-Out) is a type of voltage regulator designed to provide a stable output voltage of 3.3 volts from a 4.2-volt input voltage source. It is typically used in low-power applications where a low output voltage is required for digital circuits or other components.


  • Low Dropout Voltage

  • Low Output Voltage

  • Low Quiescent Current

  • Low Noise

  • Thermal Shutdown Protection

  • Reverse Current Protection

  • Short-Circuit Protection

  • Overload Protection

  • Wide Operating Temperature Range

  • Low Power Consumption


  • GDS

  • LVS Spice netlist

  • Verilog mo

  • User Guidelines including:

  • integration guidelines

  • layout guidelines

  • testability guidelines

  • packaging guidelines

  • board-level guidelines