LT1633CS#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 45 MHz, 45 V/µs, 2.7V to 36V, SOIC, 14 Pins

LT1633CS#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 45 MHz, 45 V/µs, 2.7V to 36V, SOIC, 14 Pins

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Product Overview

The LT1633CS#PBF is a quad rail-to-rail input and output Operational Amplifier with a 45MHz gain-bandwidth product and a 45V/µs slew rate. The LT1633 have excellent DC precision over the full range of operation. Input offset voltage is typically less than 400µV 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 LT1633 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 current in excess of 35mA.
  • 4.3mA per Amplifier Low supply current
  • 1350µV Maximum input offset voltage, 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


Power Management, Signal Processing

Product Information

4 Amplifier
2.7V to 36V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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