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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #100 on: January 07, 2018, 05:16:34 PM »
Rollin' on 1750's!

(sorry, couldn't resist  ;D)
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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #101 on: January 08, 2018, 02:02:24 AM »
Unpacked boxes today, so here are my candies:

3 x 1745's
17 x 1748's


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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #102 on: January 08, 2018, 03:23:39 AM »
Unpacked boxes today, so here are my candies:

3 x 1745's
17 x 1748's



I think your now on LT's the Christmas card list.
 

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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #103 on: January 11, 2018, 09:02:26 PM »
I think in a few years volt-nutting became like those wines estimator and start to say ...

1745 is a bad week

1743 is good week excellent with noise but a little bit of drifty, temperature coefficient is the lowest registered ever.

The 1741 is the excellence: very low noise, good solderability and the lowest drift ... those references leaves a slight smell of cinnamon on second layer of the PCB and do not fear mitigated temperature changes. Keep at temperature of 40°C before using, but better served at 50°C.

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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #104 on: January 11, 2018, 10:25:06 PM »
So, I'm happy to have gotten this delicious 1750'er last autumn sun matured :P  ;)
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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #105 on: January 12, 2018, 11:59:34 AM »
For anyone interested - DigiKey now is showing 197 pieces in stock this afternoon.  Next shipment due 4/25 if you need 200.

Now's the tiime to start that Vref factory you've always dreamed about....or build that 144 unit reference parallel Vref board, all in the name of chasing low ppm :)

Good luck!
 
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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #106 on: January 12, 2018, 01:06:11 PM »
Mmm I have a spare board  ::) maybe just one more and some Mr Pettis Resistors this time 8)
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Re: what happened to LTZ1000 stocks?
« Reply #107 on: January 13, 2018, 07:30:39 PM »
I think in a few years volt-nutting became like those wines estimator and start to say ...

1745 is a bad week

1743 is good week excellent with noise but a little bit of drifty, temperature coefficient is the lowest registered ever.

The 1741 is the excellence: very low noise, good solderability and the lowest drift ... those references leaves a slight smell of cinnamon on second layer of the PCB and do not fear mitigated temperature changes. Keep at temperature of 40°C before using, but better served at 50°C.

The excessive raw TC of the 1754 er LTZ1000A (chinese seller) could be only tamed by opposite behavior of 1522ers econistors.

 


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