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Ah you know how it is russel. Reading throught the first post, I see that the OP wants to remove the “ripple”. Or there are some noisy datassheet loads and insufficient bypassing. That high frequency blows straight through a slow device like that.

I’ve been looking at a load of youtube videos.

My final question is this. I’ve never seen one that unstable! Hi Grumpymike, Firstly apologies.

The size of these will be in the data sheet for the exact device and manafacaturer you are using, do not use a generic data sheet. Now with Unlimited Eagle board sizes!


It is easy to miss the decimal point without a leading zero. I believe my draw to be mA so I’ll feed it with 7. Using a tantalum capacitor across a power datashert here is bad.

Most of them its jumping between 4. This is because these capacitors can fail short circuit and cause a fire.

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Granted they all seem to show standard ‘s but they voltage isnt as stable as i’d like to see. I assume the output one is ceramic. Russel once again thank you. Always write it 0. I missed the decimal point. While waiting for the postman to deliver my parts I just wanted to see how other peoples experiences panned out: Page 25 of the datasheet shows a 33uf cap on the input and a 0. Mylar is fine but expensive. How odd they specify that on the datasheet!

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If you try that in a design you want to pass UL it will fail. I don’t actually catasheet LDO but 2v is low enough for my modest needs.


Yes caps are essential on both sides to reduce the supply impedance. But for HF ripple removal use capacitors LC circuits and ferrite beads.

Retired after 40 years as a chartered engineer working mostly with RF and analogue electronics. Ive seen a number of implementations of the L circuit which use caps on the input and the output. Test equipment, replica and original sci fi props and costume pieces, and whatever else I feel like at the time. Are they required and if so what size for least possible ripple? Therefore daatasheet project will go: Apologies for my error. I have an Ultimaker and a 3D engraver.