XC6220 Series

1A High Speed LDO Voltage Regulator with “GreenOperation”

The XC6220 series is a highly accurate, low noise, high speed, low dropout, and large current CMOS voltage regulator with GreenOperation function. The series consists of a voltage reference, an error amplifier, a currentlimiter, an inrush current prevention circuit and a phase compensation circuit plus a driver transistor.

With a 0.2Ω on-resistance driver transistor integrated and with output currents up to 1A, the ultra low dropout voltage performance greatly extends battery life as does the GreenOperation function which can switch between high speed and power save modes automatically. Low ESR ceramic capacitors can be used for the output stabilization capacitor (CL).

Output voltage is selectable in 0.05V increments within the range of 0.8V~5.0V, using laser trimming technologies.

An over current protection circuit and a thermal shutdown circuit are built in. The over current protection circuit will operate when the output current reaches its limit current. The thermal shutdown circuit will operate when the junction temperature reaches its limit emperature. The inrush protection circuit works by controlling the inrush current which is charged to CL when the IC starts up. In this way, any fluctuations to VIN caused by inrush current during system start up can be minimized.

The CE function enables the output to be turned off and the IC becomes a stand-by mode resulting in greatly reduced power consumption.

Typical Application Circuit


Maximum Output Current 1000mA(TYP:1200mA limit)(1.2V≦VOUT≦5.0V)
Dropout Voltage 20mV@100mA(VOUT=3.0V),60mV@300mA(VOUT=3.0V)
Operating Voltage Range 1.6V~6.0V
Output Voltage Range 0.8V~5.0V(0.05V increments)
Accuracy ±1%(VOUT≧2.0V),±20mV(VOUT<2.0V)
Low Quiescent Current 8μA(TYP.)@PS,50μA(TYP.)@HS
Operating Ambient Temperature -40℃~85℃
Thermal Shut Down Detect 150℃、Release 135℃(TYP.)
Inrush Current Protection 700mA(MAX)
CL Auto Discharge XC6220B/D
CE_Pull-down Resistor XC6220C/D
Capacitor Ceramic Capacitor Compatible



Technical Document

Quality Reports


QuestionWhat is the standby current?

The current that flows through the IC in the standby mode. The standby mode means the state where the IC has been turned off by the CE function.