LT1101SW#PBF - 

Instrument Amplifier, 1 Amplifier, 600 µV, 0.07 V/µs, 33 kHz, ± 1.1V to ± 18V, SOIC

LT1101SW#PBF - Instrument Amplifier, 1 Amplifier, 600 µV, 0.07 V/µs, 33 kHz, ± 1.1V to ± 18V, SOIC

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The LT1101SW#PBF is a precision micropower single supply Instrumentation Amplifier for differential voltage-to-current converter. The amplifier is completely self-contained - no external gain setting resistor is required. The amplifier combines its micropower operation (75µA supply current) with a gain error of 0.008%, gain linearity of 3ppm, gain drift of 1ppm/°C. The output is guaranteed to drive a 2k load to ±10V with excellent gain accuracy. Other precision specifications are also outstanding - 50µV input offset voltage, 130pA input offset current and low drift (0.4µV/°C and 0.7pA/°C). In addition, unlike other instrumentation amplifiers, there is no output offset voltage contribution to total error. A full set of specifications are provided with ±15V dual supplies and for single 5V supply operation. The amplifier can be operated from a single lithium cell or two Ni-Cad batteries. Battery voltage can drop as low as 1.8V, yet the LT1101 still maintains its gain accuracy.
  • 0.04% Maximum gain error
  • 0.0008% (8ppm) Maximum gain nonlinearity
  • 4ppm/°C Maximum gain drift
  • 105µA Maximum supply current
  • 600pA Maximum offset current


Signal Processing, Industrial

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1 Amplifier
± 1.1V to ± 18V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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