Texas Instruments expanded its 1.8-V precision operational amplifier portfolio with a new line of op amps for low-noise, high-impedance sensor measurement. The first product in the OPAx320 family, the two-channel OPA2320, provides 20 MHz of gain bandwidth and 0.2 pA input bias current (Ib) to enable very high accuracy and dynamic range for high-impedance optical and chemical sensor front ends, programmable logic controllers, motor control loops, and test and measurement equipment
The OPA320 (single) and OPA2320 (dual) are a new generation of precision, low-voltage CMOS operational amplifiers optimized for very low noise and wide bandwidth while operating on a low quiescent current of only 1.45mA.
The OPA320 series is ideal for low-power, single-supply applications. Low-noise (7nV/√Hz) and high-speed operation also make them well-suited for driving sampling analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). Other applications include signal conditioning and sensor amplification.
The OPA320 features a linear input stage with zero-crossover distortion that delivers excellent common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of typically 114dB over the full input range. The input common-mode range extends 100mV beyond the negative and positive supply rails.
You may have to register before you can post comments and get full access to forum.