Manufacturer Part Number: L78L05ABUTR Manufacturer / Brand: ST
Part of Description: Linear Voltage Regulator IC Positive Fixed 1 Output 100mA SOT-89-3 Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: table_img Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS

Product parameters

Mounting StyleSMD/SMT
Package / CaseSOT-89
ShutdownNo Shutdown
Minimum Operating Temperature– 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+ 85 C
PackagingCut Tape
Factory Pack Quantity2500
SubcategoryAmplifier ICs
Width3.91 mm
Unit Weight0.002561oz

Get in touch with us now

    Please submit your BOM List or Input the part online

    Please complete all required fields with your contact information.Click "SUBMIT REQUEST" we will contact you shortly by email. Or Email us: Sales001@easyiee.com

    First name *

    Last name *

    Company Email *

    Phone number *

    Company name *

    Country *

    Upload file: We support .xls, .xlsx and .csv files under 4MB


    Please submit your BOM List or Input the part online


    The L78L05ABUTR is a low-dropout voltage regulator manufactured by STMicroelectronics. Here’s a description:

    1. Type: Low Dropout Voltage Regulator
    2. Output Voltage: +5V
    3. Package: SOT-89
    4. Key Specifications:
      • Input Voltage Range: Up to 35V
      • Output Current: Up to 100 mA
      • Dropout Voltage: Typically 2V at 100 mA load
    5. Features:
      • Internal thermal overload protection
      • Short-circuit current limiting
      • Output transistor safe-area protection
    6. Applications:
      • Power supplies for microcontrollers and logic circuits
      • Battery-powered devices
      • Consumer electronics
      • Industrial control systems
    7. Benefits:
      • Compact package for space-constrained applications
      • Stable and reliable voltage regulation
      • Suitable for various electronic circuits requiring a +5V supply

    The L78L05ABUTR is designed to provide a stable +5V output voltage with low dropout and is commonly used in applications where a regulated voltage supply is necessary.

    If you have more specific questions or need further details, feel free to ask.