The OPA363 and OPA364 families are high performance, CMOS operational amplifiers optimized for very low voltage, single-supply operation. These miniature, low-cost amplifiers are designed to operate on single supplies from 1.8 V (±0.9 V) to 5.5 V (±2.75 V). Applications include sensor amplification and signal conditioning in battery-powered systems.
The OPA363 and OPA364 families offer excellent CMRR without the crossover associated with traditional complimentary input stages. This feature results in excellent performance for driving analog-to-digital (A/D) converters without degradation of differential linearity and THD. The input common mode range includes both the negative and positive supplies. The output voltage swing is within 10 mV of the rails.
The OPA363 family includes a shutdown mode.
Under logic control, the amplifiers can be switched from normal operation to a standby current that is less than 1 µA.
The single version is available in the MicroSize 5-pin SOT-23 (6-pin SOT-23 for shutdown) and 8-pin SOIC. The dual version is available in 8-pin VSSOP, 10-pin VSSOP, 16-pin UQFN, and 8-pin SOIC packages. Quad packages are available in 14-pin TSSOP and 14-pin SOIC packages. All versions are specified for operation from –40°C to +125°C.
• 1.8-V Operation
• MicroSIZE Packages
• Bandwidth: 7 MHz
• CMRR: 90 dB (Typical)
• Slew Rate: 5 V/µs
• Low Offset: 500 µV (Maximum)
• Quiescent Current: 750 µA/Channel (Maximum)
• Shutdown Mode: Less Than 1 µA/Channel
• Signal Conditioning
• Data Acquisition
• Process Control
• Active Filters
• Test Equipment
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