Order Number LMT, LMT, LMT, LM78M05CT, LM78M12CT or LM78M15CT . be kept below +˚C in order to meet data sheet specifica-. LM78M05CT – Fixed Linear Voltage Regulator, , 3-Terminal, Positive, 10V. Add to compare. Image is for Technical Datasheet: LM78M05CT Datasheet. LM78M05CT datasheet, LM78M05CT pdf, LM78M05CT data sheet, datasheet, data sheet, pdf, Fairchild Semiconductor, 3-Terminal A Positive Voltage.
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I’ve seen some versions of the regulator data sheets where the application notes recommend a diode from Vout to Vin in order to protect the device from burning out if the output voltage goes higher than the input.
Hence I assumed it wasn’t necessary with their implementation. The programming failed, and the target device has a “electronic” smell not present before. When I next plugged in the DC cord I got a spark from the ground terminal and there is a black residue from it on the solder mask of the DC plug and immediately unplugged the DC cord.
LM78M05CT Datasheet pdf – 3-Terminal A Positive Voltage Regulator – Fairchild Semiconductor
Further I measure in situ only R or so between the Vout and GND pins on the regulator both ways which is much less than what I would have expected. Desoldered the regulator, all pin combinations with polarity measure within tolerance of a new one and it doesn’t smell. Also the relay smells funny.
It seems rather unlikely to me that this is the cause. The output voltage has to be greater than the reverse breakdown of the B-E junctions in the regulator to cause damage, and 5V is not.
There also has to be significant current flowing back both conditions are necessary for damage to occur. I suggest proceeding with caution and looking for something else that may have caused what appears to be significant damage. For example, reversed power connections. Bad news – You probably need the diode. The has an emitter follower on the output stage, so you have probably let the smoke out. I have blown this specific part with the charge from large output decoupling capacitors when the input was dataxheet.
I’m not sure how you damaged your target. For ICSP, you can add the diode but realize your programmer will have to power whatever is on the back side, or you can select the target’s vdd on some programmers. However, I usually put a blocking Schottky diode in series with the output.
At this stage I think my move would be to replace thecheck any diodes for short circuits, power the board from a current-limited PSU and dataheet again measuring the current draw and all supply voltages first! For example, the TI datasheet specifically says: Spehro Pefhany k 4 Is it possible the Fairchild LM has a different realisation as the linked data sheet mentions no such shunt diode nor any break down voltages?
Also they mention short circuit protection. Jul 9 ’17 at They’re all pretty similar.
But those protections can’t save the chip if it’s abused by putting 10V on the output with input grounded or 50V on the input. For example, your ICSP setup has a ground to earth through the computer if it’s a desktop or many notebook computers. That can cause issues if your circuit also has a ground to earth somewhere, and very serious issues if the two are not nominally at the same potential. Jul 10 ’17 at 7: John Birckhead 4, 4 A Schottky from Vout? I’ll have to see how if that affects the rest of my circuit.
For now I think I’ll jurryrig a shunt diode on the pins as the board is already made. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.