Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 50 MHz, 40 V/µs, 2.8V to 5.25V, DFN, 8 Pins

LTC6244HVIDD#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 50 MHz, 40 V/µs, 2.8V to 5.25V, DFN, 8 Pins

Image is for illustrative purposes only. Please refer to product description.

Manufacturer Part No:
Order Code:
Technical Datasheet:
See all Technical Docs

Product Overview

The LTC6244HVIDD#PBF is a dual high speed, unity-gain stable CMOS Operational Amplifier that features a 50MHz gain bandwidth, 40V/µs slew rate, 1pA of input bias current, low input capacitance and rail-to-rail output swing. The 0.1 to 10Hz noise is just 1.5µVP-P and 1kHz noise is guaranteed to be less than 12nV/√Hz. This excellent AC and noise performance is combined with wide supply range operation, a maximum offset voltage of just 100µV and drift of only 2.5µV/°C, making it suitable for use in many fast signal processing applications, such as photodiode amplifiers. This op amp has an output stage that swings within 35mV of either supply rail to maximize the signal dynamic range in low supply applications. The input common mode range extends to the negative supply. It is fully specified on 3 and 5V and an HV version guarantees operation on supplies of ±5V. The LTC6244 is available in the 8-pin MSOP and for compact designs.
  • 100µV Maximum low offset voltage
  • 2.1pF Low input capacitance


Signal Processing, Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

2 Amplifier
2.8V to 5.25V
Find similar products Choose and modify the attributes above to find similar products.

Related Searches


143 In stock

143 in stock for next day delivery (UK stock)

Available until stock is exhausted

see cut-off times
£5.58 £ 5.58
Price for:
Multiple: 1 Minimum: 1
Quantity Price
1 + £5.58
25 + £3.42
100 + £3.02
No longer stocked:: No Longer Manufactured::
Add to Basket
Add Line Note
Total Price:
Total Price: ( )
Total Price: --

Customer Reviews


Like to see information about this product from other customers?

 Read discussions, blogs, documents from our community members.


Select document type(s) you want to see and click “Apply Filters” button
Post a question to one of our experts or start a discussion and get responses from supplier experts and fellow engineers in our community.