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Datasheet Texas Instruments LM324

ManufacturerTexas Instruments

Quadruple Operational Amplifier


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    LMx24, LMx24x, LMx24xx, LM2902, LM2902x, LM2902xx, LM2902xxx Quadruple Operational Amplifiers datasheet
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    LM124, LM124A, LM224, LM224A, LM2902V, LM2902K, LM2902KV, LM2902KAV
    SLOS066W – SEPTEMBER 1975 – REVISED MARCH 2015 LMx24, LMx24x, LMx24xx, LM2902, LM2902x, LM2902xx, LM2902xxx Quadruple
    Operational Amplifiers
    1 Features 2 Applications 1 2-kV ESD Protection for:
    – LM224K, LM224KA
    – LM324K, LM324KA
    – LM2902K, LM2902KV, LM2902KAV
    Wide Supply Ranges
    – Single Supply: 3 V to 32 V
    (26 V for LM2902)
    – Dual Supplies: ±1.5 V to ±16 V
    (±13 V for LM2902)
    Low Supply-Current Drain Independent of
    Supply Voltage: 0.8 mA Typical
    Common-Mode Input Voltage Range Includes
    Ground, Allowing Direct Sensing Near Ground
    Low Input Bias and Offset Parameters ...


Family: LM124, LM124A, LM124M, LM224, LM224A, LM224K, LM224KA, LM2902, LM2902K, LM2902KAV, LM2902KV, LM324, LM324A, LM324K, LM324KA


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Package QTY50505025002500250025002525252000200020009090902000200020002000
Device MarkingLM324LM324LM324LM324LM324LM324LM324LM324NLM324NLM324NLM324LM324LM324L324L324L324L324L324L324L324
Width (mm)3.913.913.913.913.913.913.916.356.356.355.
Length (mm)8.658.658.658.658.658.658.6519.319.319.310.310.310.355555555
Thickness (mm)1.581.581.581.581.581.581.583.
Pitch (mm)
Max Height (mm)1.751.751.751.751.751.751.755.085.085.082221.
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Approx. Price (US$)0.07 | 1ku0.07 | 1ku
CMRR(Min), dB6565656565656565656565656565656565656565
CMRR(Typ), dB8080808080808080808080808080808080808080
GBW(Typ), MHz1.
Input Bias Current(Max), pA250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000250000
Input Bias Current(Max)(pA)250000250000
Iq per channel(Max), mA0.
Iq per channel(Max)(mA)0.30.3
Iq per channel(Typ), mA0.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.1750.175
Iq per channel(Typ)(mA)0.1750.175
Number of Channels44444444444444444444
Number of Channels(#)44
Offset Drift(Typ), uV/C77777777777777777777
Offset Drift(Typ)(uV/C)77
Operating Temperature Range, C0 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 700 to 70
Operating Temperature Range(C)-40 to 85
0 to 70
-40 to 85
0 to 70
Output Current(Typ), mA4040404040404040404040404040404040404040
Output Current(Typ)(mA)4040
Package Size: mm2:W x L, PKG14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)14SOIC: 52 mm2: 6 x 8.65(SOIC)See datasheet (PDIP)See datasheet (PDIP)See datasheet (PDIP)14SO: 80 mm2: 7.8 x 10.2(SO)14SO: 80 mm2: 7.8 x 10.2(SO)14SO: 80 mm2: 7.8 x 10.2(SO)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)14TSSOP: 32 mm2: 6.4 x 5(TSSOP)
Package Size: mm2:W x L (PKG)See datasheet (PDIP)See datasheet (PDIP)
Rail-to-RailIn to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-In to V-
Slew Rate(Typ), V/us0.
Slew Rate(Typ)(V/us)0.50.5
Total Supply Voltage(Max), +5V=5, +/-5V=103232323232323232323232323232323232323232
Total Supply Voltage(Max)(+5V=5, +/-5V=10)3232
Total Supply Voltage(Min), +5V=5, +/-5V=1033333333333333333333
Total Supply Voltage(Min)(+5V=5, +/-5V=10)33
Vn at 1kHz(Typ), nV/rtHz3535353535353535353535353535353535353535
Vn at 1kHz(Typ)(nV/rtHz)3535
Vos (Offset Voltage @ 25C)(Max), mV77777777777777777777
Vos (Offset Voltage @ 25C)(Max)(mV)77

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Pb FreeYesYesYesNoNo

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