LT1806CS8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 325 MHz, 125 V/µs, 2.5V to 12.6V, SOIC, 8 Pins

LT1806CS8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 325 MHz, 125 V/µs, 2.5V to 12.6V, SOIC, 8 Pins

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The LT1806CS8#PBF is a single low noise rail-to-rail input and output unity-gain stable Operational Amplifier that feature 85mA output current. They are optimized for low voltage, high performance signal conditioning systems. The LT1806 have a very low distortion of -80dBc at 5MHz, a low input referred noise voltage of 3.5nV/√Hz and a maximum offset voltage of 550µV that allows them to be used in high performance data acquisition systems. The LT1806 have an input range that includes both supply rails and an output that swings within 20mV of either supply rail to maximize the signal dynamic range in low supply applications. The LT1806 maintain their performance for supplies from 2.5 to 12.6V and are specified at 3, 5 and ±5V supplies. The inputs can be driven beyond the supplies without damage or phase reversal of the output. Devices can be used as plug-in replacements for many op amps to improve input/output range and performance.
  • 325MHz Gain bandwidth product
  • 140V/µs Slew rate
  • Input common mode range includes both rails
  • Output swings rail-to-rail
  • 550µV Maximum input offset voltage (rail-to-rail)
  • 106dB Typical common mode rejection
  • 105dB Typical power supply rejection
  • Unity-gain stable
  • Power down pin (LT1806)


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Product Information

1 Amplifier
2.5V to 12.6V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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