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  • TLV2211CDBVR with high output current (10 mA)

    TLV2211CDBVR with high output current (10 mA)

    TLV2211CDBVR  Single, 10-V, 65-kHz operational amplifier with high output current (10 mA)

    The TLV2211 is a single low-voltage operational amplifier available in the SOT-23 package. It consumes only 11 µA (typ) of supply current and is ideal for battery-power applications. The TLV2211 has a 3-V noise level of 22 nV/Hz at 1kHz; 5 times lower than competitive SOT-23 micropower solutions. The device exhibits rail-to-rail output performance for increased dynamic range in single- or split-supply applications. The TLV2211 is fully characterized at 3 V and 5 V and is optimized for low-voltage applications.

    The TLV2211, exhibiting high input impedance and low noise, is excellent for small-signal conditioning for high-impedance sources, such as piezoelectric transducers. Because of the micropower dissipation levels combined with 3-V operation, these devices work well in hand-held monitoring and remote-sensing applications. In addition, the rail-to-rail output feature with single or split supplies makes this family a great choice when interfacing with analog-to-digital converters (ADCs).

  • TLV272CDGKR MSOP-8 Electronic components integrated circuit 3MHz Amplifier chip

    TLV272CDGKR MSOP-8 Electronic components integrated circuit 3MHz Amplifier chip

    TLV272CDGKR Dual, 16-V, 3-MHz operational amplifier

    Operating from 2.7 V to 16 V over the extended industrial temperature range from –40°C to +125°C, the TLV27x is a low power, wide bandwidth operational amplifier (opamp) with rail to rail output. This makes it an ideal alternative to the TLC27x family for applications where rail-to-rail output swings are essential. The TLV27x provides 3-MHz bandwidth from only 550 µA.

    Like the TLC27x, the TLV27x is fully specified for 5-V and ±5-V supplies. The maximum recommended supply voltage is 16 V, which allows the devices to be operated from a variety of rechargeable cells (±8 V supplies down to ±1.35 V).

    The CMOS inputs enable use in high-impedance sensor interfaces, with the lower voltage operation making an attractive alternative for the TLC27x in battery-powered applications.

    All members are available in PDIP and SOIC with the singles in the small SOT-23 package, duals in the MSOP, and quads in the TSSOP package.

    The 2.7-V operation makes it compatible with Li-Ion powered systems and the operating supply voltage range of many micropower microcontrollers available today including TI’s MSP430.

  • OPA4322AIPWR Quad, 5.5-V, 20-MHz

    OPA4322AIPWR Quad, 5.5-V, 20-MHz

    OPA4322AIPWR Quad, 5.5-V, 20-MHz, 65-mA output current, low noise (8.5-nV/√Hz), RRIO operational amplifier

  • TLV2471IDBVR


    TLV2471IDBVR  Single, 6-V, 2.8-MHz, RRIO operational amplifier

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