[volt-nuts] LTZ1000A Heater Temp
Andreas_-_Jahn at t-online.de
Thu Feb 12 02:16:11 EST 2015
Theoretical value would be 12.4K.
Usually 12.5K are used for a LTZ1000A.
With best regards
Am 12.02.2015 um 06:38 schrieb Ben Clark:
> Hello. I have been watching volt-nuts and time-nuts for a while now and I have a question.
> I am considering designing a LTZ1000A based voltage reference. I have noticed for more stability, some have lowered the heater temp of the LTZ1000 from 85C to 40C.
> On the LTC1000A, Linear notes that the unit has a different die, and they recommend running the LTZ1000A 10 degrees higher than the plain LTZ1000. Has anybody computed the values of the resistors to run the LTZ1000A at 50C ?
> Thanks - Ben
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