LT1632CN8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 45 MHz, 27 V/µs, 2.7V to ± 15V, DIP, 8 Pins

LT1632CN8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 45 MHz, 27 V/µs, 2.7V to ± 15V, DIP, 8 Pins

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The LT1632CN8#PBF is a dual rail-to-rail input and output Operational Amplifier with a 45MHz gain-bandwidth product and a 45V/µs slew rate. The LT1632 has excellent DC precision over the full range of operation. Input offset voltage is typically less than 400mV and the minimum open-loop gain of 0.8 million into a 10k load virtually eliminates all gain error. Common mode rejection is typically 83dB over the full rail-to-rail input range when on a single 5V supply for excellent non-inverting performance. The LT1632 maintain their performance for supplies from 2.7 to 36V and are specified at 3, 5 and ±15V supplies. The inputs can be driven beyond the supplies without damage or phase reversal of the output. The output delivers load currents in excess of 35mA. The device can be used as plug-in replacements for many standard op amps to improve input/output range and performance.
  • 4.3mA per Amplifier Low supply current
  • Input common mode range includes both rails
  • 1350µV Max offset voltage
  • Output swings rail-to-rail
  • 440nA Maximum input offset current
  • 2.2µA Maximum input bias current
  • 800V/mV Minimum open-loop gain
  • 12nV/√Hz Typical low input noise voltage
  • -92dBc at 100kHz Low distortion
  • 35mA Minimum large output drive current


Power Management, Signal Processing

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2 Amplifier
2.7V to ± 15V
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