LTC2053HMS8#PBF - 

Instrument Amplifier, 1 Amplifier, 20 µV, 0.2 V/µs, 200 kHz, 2.7V to ± 5.5V, MSOP

LTC2053HMS8#PBF - Instrument Amplifier, 1 Amplifier, 20 µV, 0.2 V/µs, 200 kHz, 2.7V to ± 5.5V, MSOP

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The LTC2053HMS8#PBF is a high precision Instrumentation Amplifier for use with electronic scales and strain gauge amplifiers. The CMRR is typically 116dB with a single or dual 5V supply and is independent of gain. The input offset voltage is guaranteed below 10µV with a temperature drift of less than 50nV/°C. The LTC2053 is easy to use, the gain is adjustable with two external resistors, like a traditional operational amplifier. The LTC2053 uses charge balanced sampled data techniques to convert a differential input voltage into a single ended signal that is in turn amplified by a zero-drift operational amplifier. The differential inputs operate from rail-to-rail and the single-ended output swings from rail-to-rail. The LTC2053 can be used in single-supply applications, as low as 2.7V.
  • Rail-to-rail input
  • 2-resistor Programmable gain
  • 116dB CMRR independent of gain
  • 50nV/°C Maximum offset voltage drift
  • 2.5µVp-p (0.01Hz to 10Hz) Typical noise
  • 750µA Typical supply current


Medical, Test & Measurement, Industrial

Product Information

1 Amplifier
2.7V to ± 5.5V
Single Ended
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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