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LT6010CS8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 330 kHz, 0.11 V/µs, 2.7V to ± 18V, SOIC, 8 Pins

LT6010CS8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 330 kHz, 0.11 V/µs, 2.7V to ± 18V, SOIC, 8 Pins

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Manufacturer Part No:
LT6010CS8#PBF
Order Code:
1330739
Product Range
LT6010
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The LT6010CS8#PBF is an Operational Amplifier combines low noise and high precision input performance with low power consumption and rail-to-rail output swing. Input offset voltage is trimmed to less than 35mV. The low drift and excellent long-term stability guarantee a high accuracy over temperature and over time. The 110pA maximum input bias current and 120dB minimum voltage gain further maintain this precision over operating conditions. The LT6010 works on any power supply voltage from 2.7 to 36V and draws only 135mA of supply current on a 5V supply. A power saving shutdown feature reduces supply current to 12mA. The output voltage swings to within 40mV of either supply rail, making the amplifier a good choice for low voltage single supply operation.
  • 0.8mV/°C Maximum VOS drift
  • 14nV/√Hz Input noise voltage

Applications

Power Management, Signal Processing

Product Information

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1 Amplifier
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330kHz
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0.11V/µs
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2.7V to ± 18V
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SOIC
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8Pins
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-40°C
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85°C
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Each
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LT6010
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-
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Yes
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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