LTC1250CS8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 1.5 MHz, 10 V/µs, ± 2.375V to ± 8V, SOIC, 8 Pins

LTC1250CS8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Single, 1 Amplifier, 1.5 MHz, 10 V/µs, ± 2.375V to ± 8V, SOIC, 8 Pins

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The LTC1250CS8#PBF is a high performance very low noise zero drifts Operational Amplifier for use with low noise transducers. The LTC1250's combination of low front-end noise and DC precision makes it ideal for use with low impedance bridge transducers. The LTC1250 features typical input noise of 0.75µVP-P from 0.1 to 10Hz and 0.2µVP-P from 0.1 to 1Hz. The LTC1250 has DC to 1Hz noise of 0.35µVP-P, surpassing that of low noise bipolar parts including the OP-07, OP-77 and LT1012. The LTC1250 uses the industry-standard single op amp pinout and requires no external components or nulling signals, allowing it to be a plug-in replacement for bipolar op amps. The LTC1250 incorporates an improved output stage capable of driving 4.3V into a 1k load with a single 5V supply, it will swing ±4.9V into 5k with ±5V supplies. The input common mode range includes ground with single power supply voltages above 12V.
  • Full output swing into 1k load
  • 10µV Maximum offset voltage
  • 50nV/°C Maximum offset voltage drift
  • 110dB Minimum common mode rejection ratio
  • 115dB Minimum power supply rejection ratio
  • No external components required


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1 Amplifier
± 2.375V to ± 8V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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