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What does "Output Current min." on datasheets mean?

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LDO Linear RegulatorsDC/DC Switching RegulatorsHow to use

The amount of output current capability of regulators depends on input and output voltages.

The Output Current min. refers to the lowest value guaranteed as the maximum output current at a specified condition. The regulator can supply a lower current than the “Output current min.” in Electrical Characteristics.

If a current limit circuit is built-in, the value of current limit is higher than “Output Current min”.

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