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ADA4505-2: two-channel micro-power amplifier

In Electronic Infomation Category: A | on April 26,2011

ADA4505-2 is a dual-channel micro-power amplifier with rail to rail input and FQPF9N50 datasheet and output swing, with 1.8 V ~ 5 V single supply or 0.9 V ~ 2.5 V dual supply. The low-cost amplifier circuit using the latest technology, with zero input crossover distortion (PSRR and FQPF9N50 price and CMRR superior performance) and FQPF9N50 suppliers and low bias current, working less per amplifier supply current 10A. The combination of these features ADA4505-2 amplifiers ideal for battery-powered applications, because it makes the whole life cycle of the battery supply voltage fluctuations and internal errors caused by the minimum, and even for the rail to rail input op amp can maintain a high common mode rejection ratio.

ADA4505-2 amplifier is ideal for battery-powered remote sensors, handheld equipment and consumer equipment, hazard detection (eg, smoke, fire and gas), and patient monitoring applications.

ADA4505-2 at -40 C ~ +85 C industrial temperature range and -40 C ~ +125 C extended industrial temperature range up to the required specifications. ADA4505-2 dual-channel amplifier in a standard 8-pin MSOP package. ADI ADA4505-2 is constantly expanding the companys zero-crossover op amp family member of this series AD8506 also uses 1.8 V ~ 5 V single supply or 0.9 V ~ 2.5 V dual supply.

Features

features PSRR: 100 dB (min)

CMRR: 105 dB (typical)

very low supply current: Each amplifier is 10 A (max)

Single supply voltage: 1.8 V ~ 5 V or dual supply voltage: 0.9 V ~ 2.5 V

rail to rail input and output

Offset Voltage: 2.5 mV (max)

Very low input bias current: 0.5 pA (typical value)

ADA4505-2 Functional Block Diagram


data download: ADA4505-2.pdf

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