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Datasheet Linear Technology LTC1151CSW

Manufacturer:Linear Technology
Series:LTC1151
Part Number:LTC1151CSW

Dual ±15V Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier

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    LTC1151 - Dual ±15V Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier
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    LTC1151
    Dual ±15V Zero-Drift
    Operational Amplifier U FEATURES












    ■ DESCRIPTIO The LTC®1151 is a high voltage, high performance dual
    zero-drift operational amplifier. The two sample-and-hold
    capacitors per amplifier required externally by other chopper amplifiers are integrated on-chip. The LTC1151 also
    incorporates proprietary high voltage CMOS structures
    which allow operation at up to 36V total supply voltage. Maximum Offset Voltage Drift: 0.05µV/°C
    High Voltage Operation: ±18V
    No External Components Required
    Maximum Offset Voltage: 5µV ...

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LTC1151 Dual 15V Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier FEATURES DESCRIPTIO Maximum Offset Voltage Drift: 0.05V/C High Voltage Operation: 18V No External Components Required Maximum Offset Voltage: 5V Low Noise: 1.5VP-P (0.1Hz to 10Hz) Minimum Voltage Gain: 125dB Minimum CMRR: 106dB Minimum PSRR: 110dB Low Supply Current: 0.9mA/Amplifier Single Supply Operation: 4.75V to 36V Input Common Mode Range Includes Ground Typical Overload Recovery Time: 20ms Available in 8-Lead N8 and 16-Lead SW Packages The LTC1151 is a high voltage, high performance dual zero-drift operational amplifier. The two sample-and-hold capacitors per amplifier required externally by other chopper amplifiers are integrated on-chip. The LTC1151 also incorporates proprietary high voltage CMOS structures which allow operation at up to 36V total supply voltage. The LTC1151 has a typical offset voltage of 0.5V, drift of 0.01V/C, 0.1Hz to 10Hz input noise voltage of 1.5VP-P, and a typical voltage gain of 140dB. It has a slew rate of 3V/s and a gain-bandwidth product of 2.5MHz with a supply current of 0.9mA per amplifier. Overload recovery times from positive and negative saturation are 3ms and 20ms, respectively. The LTC1151 i...

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