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High bandwidth (50MHz) Low offset (200µV) Rail-to-rail 5V Op amp

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Parameter NameParameter Value
Supply Voltage Min Volt2.2
Supply Voltage Max Volt5.5
Operating Temp Min Celsius-40.0
Operating Temp Max Celsius125.0
ECCN USEAR99
ECCN EUNEC
Packing TypeTape And Reel
ROHS Compliance GradeEcopack3
GradeIndustrial
Package NameQFN-8L P 0.5 mm

The TSV791 and TSV792 are single and dual 50 MHz-bandwidth unity-gain-stable amplifiers. The rail-to-rail input stage and the slew rate of 30 V/µs make the TSV791 and TSV792 ideal for low-side current measurement. The excellent accuracy provided by maximum input voltage of 200 µV allows amplifying accurately small-amplitude input signal. The TSV79x can operate from a 2.2 V to 5.5 V single supply; it can typically handle an output capacitor up to 1 nF and is fully specified on a load of 22 pF, therefore allowing easy usage as A/D converters input buffer.

Key features
  • Gain bandwidth product 50 MHz, unity gain stable
  • Slew rate 30 V/µs
  • Low input offset voltage 50 µV typ., 200 µV max.
  • Low input bias current: 2 pA typ.
  • Low input voltage noise density 6.5 nV/√Hz @ 10 kHz
  • Wide supply voltage range: 2.2 V to 5.5 V
  • Rail-to-rail input and output
  • Extended temperature range: - 40 °C to +125 °C
  • Automotive grade version available
  • Benefits:
    • Accuracy of measurement virtually unaffected by noise or input bias current
    • Signal conditioning for high frequencies