LT1037CN8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 60 MHz, 15 V/µs, ± 4.5V to ± 18V, DIP, 8 Pins

LT1037CN8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 60 MHz, 15 V/µs, ± 4.5V to ± 18V, DIP, 8 Pins

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The LT1037CN8#PBF is a high speed Operational Amplifier featuring the lowest noise performance available to date for monolithic operational amplifiers, 2.5nV/√Hz wideband noise (less than the noise of a 400Ohm resistor), 1/f corner frequency of 2Hz and 60nV peak-to-peak 0.1 to 10Hz noise. Low noise is combined with outstanding precision and speed specifications, 10µV offset voltage, 0.2µV/°C drift, 130dB common mode and power supply rejection and 60MHz gain bandwidth product on the decompensated LT1037, which is stable for closed-loop gains of 5 or greater. The voltage gain of the LT1037 is an extremely high 20million driving a 2kR load and 12million driving a 600R load to ±10V. In the design, processing and testing of the device, particular attention has been paid to the optimization of the entire distribution of several key parameters.
  • Guaranteed 4.5nV/√Hz 10Hz noise
  • Guaranteed 3.8nV/√Hz 1kHz noise
  • 60nVP-P Typical noise (0.1 to 10Hz)
  • Guaranteed 7million minimum voltage gain (RL = 2kR)
  • Guaranteed 3million minimum voltage gain (RL = 600R)
  • Guaranteed 25µV maximum offset voltage
  • Guaranteed 0.6µV/°C maximum drift with temperature
  • Guaranteed 117dB Min CMRR


Signal Processing, Sensing & Instrumentation, Audio

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1 Amplifier
± 4.5V to ± 18V
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