LT1882CS#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 1 MHz, 0.35 V/µs, 2.7V to 36V, SOIC, 14 Pins

LT1882CS#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 1 MHz, 0.35 V/µs, 2.7V to 36V, SOIC, 14 Pins

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The LT1882CS#PBF is an Operational Amplifier bring high accuracy input performance with rail-to-rail output swing. Input bias currents and capacitive load driving capabilities is superior. Input offset voltage is trimmed to less than 50µV and the low drift maintains this accuracy over the operating temperature range. Input bias currents are an ultralow 200pA maximum. The amplifier work on any total power supply voltage between 2.7 and 36V (fully specified from 5 to ±15V). Output voltage swings to within 40mV of the negative supply and 220mV of the positive supply make these amplifier good choices for low voltage single supply operation.
  • 0.8µV/°C Maximum offset voltage drift
  • Operates with single or split supplies
  • 1 million Minimum open-loop voltage gain


Sensing & Instrumentation, Power Management, Signal Processing

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4 Amplifier
2.7V to 36V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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