The BD10KA5W is a low-saturation regulator with an output voltage precision of ±1%. It also has built-in overcurrent protection that prevents the destruction of the IC, due to output short circuits and a thermal shutdown circuit.
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Does anybody have an interesting use for this part that they would like to share?
Dearest (Insert Sparkfun Employee name here),
I would truly appreciate a listing of the output voltage of this regulator listed in the description.
Key information would be a great time saver, it can be a pain looking at each page looking for a part that has the critical spec your after.
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Check the datasheet above. The model number is BD10KA5WF. Therefore it's a 1.0v, as stated above.
Why not go the extra inch and change the title to "1.0v Voltage Regulator", since the output voltage is kind of a critical parameter.
Put Voltage output: 1.0V AT LEAST in the features, this description is definitively misleading. I guess how many people bought this expecting an adjustable voltage output.
So these are the 1.0 Volt regulators?
Yes, they are. The first two numbers represent the voltage (Eg: 10>1.0V, 12>1.2V, etc).
Note: This comment has been updated after reading a comment by User 11952 (I read the part number incorrectly at first).
There is no ADJ pin on BD10KA5W. You're talking about BD00KA5W. Thus the original question ...
This IS in the SFE Eagle library, under the name BD10KA5WF-E2.