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Datasheet Texas Instruments LM258DGKRG4

Datasheet Texas Instruments LM258DGKRG4

ManufacturerTexas Instruments
Part NumberLM258DGKRG4

Dual Operational Amplifier 8-VSSOP -25 to 85


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    LM358, LM258, LM158, LM2904 Dual Operational Amplifiers datasheet
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    SLOS068U – JUNE 1976 – REVISED JANUARY 2017 LM358, LM258, LM158, LM2904 Dual Operational Amplifiers
    1 Features 2 Applications 1 Wide Supply Ranges
    – Single Supply: 3 V to 32 V
    (26 V for LM2904)
    – Dual Supplies: ±1.5 V to ±16 V
    (±13 V for LM2904)
    Low Supply-Current Drain, Independent of Supply
    Voltage: 0.7 mA Typical
    Wide Unity Gain Bandwidth: 0.7 MHz
    Common-Mode Input Voltage Range Includes
    Ground, Allowing Direct Sensing Near Ground
    Low Input Bias and Offset Parameters
    – Input Offset Voltage: 3 mV Typical
    A Versions: 2 mV Typical
    – Input Offset Current: 2 nA Typical
    – Input Bias Current: 20 nA Typical ...


Family: LM158, LM158A, LM258, LM258A, LM2904, LM2904V, LM358, LM358A


Lifecycle StatusActive (Recommended for new designs)
Manufacture's Sample AvailabilityNo


Package QTY2500250025002500
Device MarkingM2PM2UM2LM2S
Width (mm)3333
Length (mm)3333
Thickness (mm).
Pitch (mm).
Max Height (mm)
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Additional FeaturesN/A
CMRR(Min)70 dB
CMRR(Typ)80 dB
GBW(Typ)0.7 MHz
Input Bias Current(Max)150000 pA
Iq per channel(Max)0.6 mA
Iq per channel(Typ)0.35 mA
Number of Channels2
Offset Drift(Typ)7 uV/C
Operating Temperature Range-25 to 85 C
Output Current(Typ)30 mA
Package GroupVSSOP
Package Size: mm2:W x L8VSSOP: 15 mm2: 4.9 x 3(VSSOP) PKG
Rail-to-RailIn to V-
Slew Rate(Typ)0.3 V/us
Total Supply Voltage(Max)32 +5V=5, +/-5V=10
Total Supply Voltage(Min)3 +5V=5, +/-5V=10
Vn at 1kHz(Typ)40 nV/rtHz
Vos (Offset Voltage @ 25C)(Max)5 mV

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Application Notes

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    True RMS Detector
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    AN-32 FET Circuit Applications
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    AN-241 Working with High Impedance Op Amps
    Application Note 241 Working with High Impedance Op Amps
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    AN-20 An Applications Guide for Op Amps (Rev. C)
    This application note is a guide for Op Amps. The circuits discussed herein are illustrative of the versatilityof the integrated operational amplifier and provide a guide to a number of useful applications. Thecautions noted in each section will show the more common pitfalls encountered in amplifier usage.
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    AN-31 Op Amp Circuit Collection (Rev. B)
    This application report provides basic circuits of the Texas Instruments op amp collection.
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    AN-24 A Simplified Test Set for Op Amp Characterization
    Application Note 24 A Simplified Test Set for Op Amp Characterization
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    AN-4 Monolithic Op Amp—The Universal Linear Component (Rev. B)
    Operational amplifiers are undoubtedly the easiest and best way of performing a wide range of linearfunctions from simple amplification to complex analog computation. The cost of monolithic amplifiers isnow less than $2.00, in large quantities, which makes it attractive to design them into circuits where theywould not otherwise be considered. Yet low cost is not the only attraction of monoli
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    AN-29 IC Op Amp Beats FETs on Input Current (Rev. B)
    This application note describes a monolithic operational amplifier which has input error currents in theorder of 100 pA over a −55°C to 125°C temperature range. Instead of FETs, the circuit used bipolartransistors with current gains of 5000 so that offset voltage and drift are not degraded. A powerconsumption of 1 mW at low voltage is also featured.A number of novel circuits that make use
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    AB-24 Bench Testing LM3900 and LM359 Input Parameters
    Application Brief 24 Bench Testing LM3900 and LM359 Input Parameters
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    Building an Op Amp With Bipolar Transistors, A Historical Application Note (Rev. A)
    It is well known that the voltage noise of an operational amplifier can be decreased by increasing the emitter currentof the input stage. The signal-to-noise ratio will be improved by the increase of bias, until the base current noise begins to dominate.
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    AN-446 A 150W IC Op Amp Simplifies Design of Power Circuits
    Application Note 446 A 150W IC Op Amp Simplifies Design of Power Circuits
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    AN-A The Monolithic Operational Amplifier: A Tutorial Study
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    General Purpose Power Supply
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    Precise Tri-Wave Generation
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    AN-46 The Phase Locked Loop IC as a Communication System Building Block
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    Low Drift Amplifiers
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    Predicting Op Amp Slew Rate Limited Response
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    AN-260 A 20-Bit (1 ppm) Linear Slope-Integrating A/D Converter (Rev. B)
    This application report discusses how combining an “inferior”, 20 year old A/D conversion technique with amicroprocessor, a developmental A/D converter achieves 1 part-per-million (20-bit) linearity.
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    Applying a New Precision Op Amp
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    AN-30 Log Converters (Rev. B)
    One of the most predictable non-linear elements commonly available is the bipolar transistor. Therelationship between collector current and emitter base voltage is precisely logarithmic from currentsbelow one picoamp to currents above one milliamp. Using a matched pair of transistors and integratedcircuit operational amplifiers, it is relatively easy to construct a linear to logarithmic conv
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    AN-278 Designing with a New Super Fast Dual Norton Amplifier (Rev. B)
    This application note provides new design ideas and discusses the positive impact of designing with theDual Norton amplifier.
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    AN-79 IC Preamplifier Challenges Choppers on Drift (Rev. B)
    Since the introduction of monolithic IC amplifiers there has been a continual improvement in DC accuracy.Bias currents have been decreased by 5 orders of magnitude over the past 5 years. Low offset voltagedrift is also necessary in a high accuracy circuits. This is evidenced by the popularity of low drift amplifiertypes as well as the requests for selected low-drift op amps. However, until n
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    Super Matched Bipolar Transistor Pair Sets New Standards for Drift and Noise (Rev. B)
    This application report discusses how a super matched bipolar transistor pair sets new standards for driftand noise.
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    AN-480 A 40 MHz Programmable Video Op Amp
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    Audio Applications of Linear Integrated Circuits
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    Get Fast Stable Response From Improved Unity-Gain Followers
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    AN-262 Applying Dual and Quad FET Op Amps (Rev. B)
    The availability of dual and quad packaged FET op amps offers the designer all the traditional capabilitiesof FET op amps, including low bias current and speed, and some additional advantages. The cost-peramplifieris lower because of reduced package costs. This means that more amplifiers are available toimplement a function at a given cost, making design easier. At the same time, the availab
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    AN-263 Sine Wave Generation Techniques (Rev. C)
    This application note describes the sine wave generation techniques to control frequency, amplitude, anddistortion levels.
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    AN-256 Circuitry for Inexpensive Relative Humidity Measurement (Rev. B)
    Of all common environmental parameters, humidity is perhaps the least understood and most difficult tomeasure. The most common electronic humidity detection methods, albeit highly accurate, are not obviousand tend to be expensive and complex (See Box). Accurate humidity measurement is vital to a number ofdiverse areas, including food processing, paper and lumber production, pollution monitor
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    Get More Power Out of Dual or Quad Op-Amps

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Series: LM258 (11)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Amplifiers > Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps) > General-Purpose Op Amps
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