LTC1967IMS8#PBF - 

RMS to DC Converter, 0.1 %, 40 kHz, -40 °C, 85 °C, MSOP, 8 Pins

LTC1967IMS8#PBF - RMS to DC Converter, 0.1 %, 40 kHz, -40 °C, 85 °C, MSOP, 8 Pins

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Product Overview

The LTC1967IMS8#PBF is a precision extended bandwidth RMS-to-DC Converter that uses an innovative delta-sigma computational technique. The benefits of the LTC1967 proprietary architecture when compared to conventional log-antilog RMS-to-DC converters are higher linearity and accuracy, bandwidth independent of amplitude and improved temperature behaviour. The LTC1967 operates with single-ended or differential input signals (for EMI/RFI rejection) and supports crest factors up to 4. Common mode input range is rail-to-rail. Differential input range is 1VPEAK and offers unprecedented linearity. The LTC1967 allows hassle-free system calibration at any input voltage. The LTC1967 has a rail-to-rail output with a separate output reference pin providing flexible level shifting, it operates on a single power supply from 4.5 to 5.5V. A low power shutdown mode reduces supply current to 0.1µA.
  • High linearity
  • Wide input bandwidth
  • No-hassle simplicity
  • 330µA typical Low supply current
  • 0.1µA Ultralow shutdown current
  • Flexible inputs - differential or single ended
  • Flexible inputs - rail-to-rail common mode voltage range
  • Flexible inputs - up to 1Vp differential voltage
  • Flexible output - rail-to-rail output
  • Flexible output - separate output reference pin allows level shifting


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Product Information

4.5V to 5.5V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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