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Datasheet Linear Technology LTC2057HVIS8#PBF

ManufacturerLinear Technology
Part NumberLTC2057HVIS8#PBF

High Voltage, Low Noise Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier


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    LTC2057: High Voltage, Low Noise Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier Data Sheet
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    High Voltage, Low Noise
    Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier
    Description Features Supply Voltage Range n 4.75V to 36V (LTC2057) n 4.75V to 60V (LTC2057HV)
    n Offset Voltage: 4ОјV (Maximum)
    n Offset Voltage Drift: 0.015ОјV/В°C
    (Maximum, –40°C to 125°C)
    n Input Noise Voltage n 200nVP-P, DC to 10Hz (Typ) n 11nV/в€љHz, 1kHz (Typ)
    n Input Common Mode Range: V– – 0.1V to V+ – 1.5V
    n Rail-to-Rail Output
    n Unity Gain Stable
    n Gain Bandwidth Product: 1.5MHz (Typ)
    n Slew Rate: 0.45V/Ојs (Typ)
    n A
    VOL: 150dB (Typ)
    n PSRR: 160dB (Typ)
    n CMRR: 150dB (Typ)
    n Shutdown Mode
    n Applications n n n n n n n n The LTCВ®2057 is a high voltage, low noise, zero-drift operational amplifier that offers precision DC performance
    over a wide supply range of 4.75V to 36V or 4.75V to
    60V for the LTC2057HV. Offset voltage and 1/f noise are
    suppressed, allowing this amplifier to achieve a maximum
    offset voltage of 4μV and a DC to 10Hz input noise voltage of 200nVP-P (typ). The LTC2057’s self-calibrating ...



Package CodeS8
Package Index05-08-1610 (S8)


Number of Channels1
Unity Gain BW1.5 MHz
Av Min Stable1 V/V
Common Mode Rejection Ratio150 dB
Cdiff3 pF
Demo BoardsDC417B
Design ToolsLTspice Model
Enoise Density11 nV/rtHz
Export Controlno
Ibias0.03 nA
Inoise0.17 pA/rtHz
Ios0.00006 µA
Iout26 mA
Isupply0.8 mA
LF Enoise0.2 µVPP
Operating Temperature Range-40 to 85 °C
PSRR160 dB
Rail-to-RailIn to V-,Output
Rail-to-Rail Inno
Rail-to-Rail Outyes
SR1.2 V/µs
Single Supplyyes
VinCM High (from V+)1.5 V
Voh (from V+)0.0002 V
Vol (from V-)0.0002 V
Vos0.0005 mV
Vos TC0.015 µV/C
Vs Max60 V
Vs Min4.75 V

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Application Notes

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    Buffered ADC Family Eliminates Signal Conditioning Complexity
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    Application Note 167
    September 2017
    Buffered ADC Family Eliminates
    Signal Conditioning Complexity
    Joe Sousa, Andrew Thomas, Clement Wagner, Mark Thoren
    Engineers often assume that analog-to-digital converter
    inputs are high impedance. Direct-sampling SAR ADC
    inputs will often be high impedance when not converting, but will draw “spikes” of current at the beginning
    of sample acquisition. On average, this behavior can be
    modeled as a crude nonlinear resistance that is inversely
    proportional to the sample capacitor size and sample rate,
    but instantaneously the signal chain must be able to settle
    completely in response to this abuse before acquisition
    ends and a conversion begins. Coupling a signal chain to an ADC is an art form, often requiring a combination of theory
    and experimentation. By contrast, the LTC2358 family of
    multi-channel, buffered high voltage SAR ADCs offers
    truly high impedance inputs that simplify or eliminate the
    need for signal conditioning in many cases. When signal
    conditioning is required, it can be directly connected to
    the LTC2358 inputs without regard to its ability to drive
    a switched capacitor. The following circuits show some
    applications that take advantage of the properties of the
    LTC2358 inputs. ...

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Series: LTC2057HV (16)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Signal Conditioning > Amplifiers > Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps) > Precision Amplifiers (Vos | Zero-Drift Amplifiers | Low Power Amplifiers (Is < 1mA/amp) | Low Bias Current Amplifiers (Ib < 100pA) | High Voltage Amplifiers (>12V) | Rail-to-Rail Amplifiers
  • Space & Harsh Environment > Extended Temperature Plastic (H & MP) > Extended Temperature (H & MP) Amplifiers

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