LT1008CN8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 1 MHz, 0.2 V/µs, ± 2V to ± 20V, DIP, 8 Pins

LT1008CN8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 1 MHz, 0.2 V/µs, ± 2V to ± 20V, DIP, 8 Pins

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The LT1008CN8#PBF is an universal precision Operational Amplifier that can be used in practically all precision applications. The LT1008 combines for the first time, picoampere bias currents (which are maintained over the full -55 to 125°C temperature range), microvolt offset voltage (and low drift with time and temperature), low voltage/current noise and low power dissipation. Extremely high common mode and power supply rejection ratios and the ability to deliver 5mA load current with high voltage gain round out the LT1008's superb precision specifications. The all around excellence of the LT1008 eliminates the necessity of the time consuming error analysis procedure of precision system design in many applications. The LT1008 can be stocked as the universal precision op amp. The LT1008 is externally compensated with a single capacitor for additional flexibility in shaping the frequency response of the amplifier.
  • 120µV Maximum guaranteed offset voltage
  • 1.5µV/°C Maximum guaranteed drift
  • 600µA Maximum guaranteed low supply current
  • 114dB Minimum guaranteed CMRR
  • 114dB Minimum guaranteed PSRR
  • Guaranteed voltage gain with 5mA load current


Sensing & Instrumentation, Signal Processing

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1 Amplifier
± 2V to ± 20V
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