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LTC1151CN8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 2 MHz, 2.5 V/µs, 4.75V to 36V, DIP, 8 Pins

LTC1151CN8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 2 MHz, 2.5 V/µs, 4.75V to 36V, DIP, 8 Pins

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Manufacturer Part No:
LTC1151CN8#PBF
Order Code:
1663602
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The LTC1151CN8#PBF is a high voltage/performance dual zero-drift Operational Amplifier for use with electronic scales. The two sample-and-hold capacitors per amplifier required externally by other chopper amplifiers are integrated on-chip. The LTC1151 also incorporates proprietary high voltage CMOS structures which allow operation at up to 36V total supply voltage. The LTC1151 has a typical offset voltage of 0.5µV, drift of 0.01µV/°C, 0.1 to 10Hz input noise voltage of 1.5µVP-P and a typical voltage gain of 140dB. It has a slew rate of 3V/µs and a gain-bandwidth product of 2.5MHz with a supply current of 0.9mA per amplifier. Overload recovery times from positive and negative saturation are 3 and 20ms, respectively.
  • ±18V High voltage operation
  • No external components required
  • 5µV Maximum offset voltage
  • 106dB Minimum CMRR
  • 110dB Minimum PSRR
  • Input common mode range includes ground

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Test & Measurement

Product Information

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2 Amplifier
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2MHz
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2.5V/µs
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4.75V to 36V
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DIP
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8Pins
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0°C
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70°C
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Each
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Yes
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