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Amplifier pricing where you want it,
performance where you need it.
System design engineers often have to accept compromises on important
specifications such as offset voltage, amplifier noise, signal distortion, bandwidth,
or less than ideal voltage rails to meet aggressive cost targets. Analog Devices
offers one of the largest portfolios of amplifiers designed to meet specific
performance levels at competitive prices.
ADI’s breakthrough in process technologies enables a wide range of low cost
amplifiers that redefines performance at the value end of the market. With ADI low
cost amps, system designers no longer have to accept inferior specifications for
cost budgets. When designing a high volume, cost-sensitive device such as a
handset, a DVD player, or laptop computer, look to ADI for the right low cost
amplifier to meet your needs.
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High Precision, Ultralow Offset Operational Amplifier
The OP07D is a low cost option of the OP07 family with voltage offset performance of
150 mV max. It provides low power (1.1 mA typical), low input bias current (61 nA
maximum), and high CMRR/PSRR (130 dB) performance. Operation is fully specified
from 65 V to 615 V supply.
The OP07D provides higher accuracy than industry-standard OP07-type amplifiers due
to Analog Devices’ iPolar™ process technology. iPolar enables dramatically improved
performance of linear products including wider output swing, lower power, and
higher CMRR and PSRR. The OP07D maintains stability of offsets and gain virtually
regardless of variations in time or temperature. Excellent linearity and gain accuracy
can be maintained at high closed-loop gains.
The OP07D is fully specified over the extended industrial temperature range of –40°C
to +125°C. It is available in 8-lead DIP and the popular 8-lead, narrow SOIC lead-free
packages.
16 V Low Noise, Wide Bandwidth Operational Amplifier Family
The AD8665 family is the first in a series of low cost devices fabricated on the
ADI proprietary iCMOS™ process technology. These 16 V operational amplifiers
offer a low noise specification of 10 nV/√Hz, 4 MHz wide gain-bandwidth (GBW),
single-supply operation, 3 mm 3 3 mm LFCSP package (SOIC also available). In
addition, the iCMOS inputs are inherently low in bias current making the amps very
useful in I-V converters, photodiodes, and other high impedance applications typical
of consumer medical devices. Its 16 V power supply capability makes it ideal for
secondary gain and filter stages in many industrial applications where 65 V supplies
are popular. Rounding out the performance parameters are high PSRR, high phase
margin, low distortion specs, and an extended industrial temperature range. The
combination of high performance characteristics and low costs make this family of
midvoltage amps ideal in high volume applications in power supplies, consumer
medical devices, and industrial applications. The AD8665 is available in 5-lead SOT-23
and 8-lead SOIC; the AD8666 is available in 8-lead MSOP and SOIC; and the AD8668
is available in 14-lead TSSOP and SOIC.
High Bandwidth, Low Noise Operational Amplifier Family
Featuring 24 MHz of gain bandwidth, 8 nV/√Hz voltage noise density, and only 2 mV
of voltage offset, the AD8646 family of dual and quad CMOS amplifiers are ideal
for use in filters, integrators, photodiode amplifiers, and high impedance sensor
amplifications. The addition of 150 mA output current and –100 dB of distortion,
combined with rail-to-rail inputs/outputs, provides great performance in audio
applications such as headphone drivers for MP3 players, DVD players, personal media
players, and a host of other personal audio devices. Very wide operating temperature
range and small packaging provide additional flexibility for consumer, medical,
industrial, and automotive applications. The AD8646 is available in 8-lead MSOP and
SOIC; and the AD8648 is available in 14-lead TSSOP and SOIC.
JFET Input Operational Amplifiers for 36 V High Volume Applications
The ADTL082 and ADTL084 are fabricated on the revolutionary iPolar process
technology permitting tighter spacing of adjacent transistors which results in less
noise, power consumption, and stray capacitance, more phase margin, and higher
stability, as well as a host of other performance factors. All these performance
characteristics and a smaller die size combine to give a high performance
ADTL08x amp at a cost of merely a few cents. With its two performance grades
and industry-standard packages as well as space-saving MSOP packages, the
ADTL082 and ADTL084 amplifiers will be the new industry standard for low cost
36 V amps widely used in high volume industrial, consumer, computer, server, and
communications applications.
Selection Table
Part
Number
Number of Amps
Description
1
2
3
4
Supply
Voltage
BW @
ACL Min
(MHz)
VOS
(mV Max)
Noise
(nV/√Hz)
Supply
Current
per Amp
(mA Typ)
Package
Price @ 100k
($U.S.)
Operational Amplifiers
AD8515
1.8 V, R-R I/O
•
1.8
6
5
6
22
0.35
SC70
0.20
AD8531
250 mA output,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
SC70
0.20
AD8541
Micropower,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
1
6
42
0.038
SC70
0.20
AD8631
1.8 V, low power,
R-R I/O
•
1.8
6
5
4
23
0.3
SOT-23
0.20
AD8591
250 mA output
with shutdown
•
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
SOT-23
0.21
AD8691
Low noise,
R-R output
•
2.7
6
10
2
8
0.85
SC70
0.21
AD8692
Low noise,
R-R output
2.7
6
10
2
8
0.85
SOIC-8
0.21
OP07D
Ultralow offset
voltage
•
10
36
0.6
0.15
11
2.7
SOIC-8
0.25
AD8517
1.8 V, low noise,
R-R input/output
•
1.8
6
7
3.5
15
0.9
SOT-23
0.27
AD8613
1.8 V, micropower,
low noise, R-R I/O
•
1.8
6
0.4
2.2
25
0.038
SC70
0.29
AD8542
Micropower,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
1
6
42
0.038
SOIC-8
0.30
AD8632
1.8 V, low power,
R-R I/O
•
1.8
6
5
4
23
0.3
SOIC-8
0.30
AD8532
250 mA output,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
TSSOP
0.31
AD8592
250 mA output
with shutdown
•
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
MSOP
0.31
AD8565
Single-supply,
R-R I/O
•
4.5
18
5
10
26
0.7
SC70
0.34
AD8665
16 V, 4 MHz,
R-R output
•
5
16
4
2.5
10
1.8
SOT-23-5
0.37
AD8566
Single-supply,
R-R I/O
•
4.5
18
5
10
26
0.7
MSOP-8
0.38
AD8646
24 MHz, R-R
•
2.7
6
24
2.5
8
2
MSOP-8
0.39
AD8567
Single-supply,
R-R I/O
•
4.5
18
5
10
26
0.7
LFCSP
0.42
AD8534
250 mA output,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
TSSOP
0.45
AD8544
Micropower,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
1
6
42
0.038
SOIC-14
0.45
AD8617
1.8 V, micropower,
low noise, R-R I/O
1.8
6
0.4
2.2
25
0.038
SOIC-8
0.45
AD8594
250 mA output
with shutdown
2.7
6
3
25
45
0.75
SOIC-16
0.46
•
•
•
Number of Amps
Part
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
Supply
Voltage
BW @
ACL Min
(MHz)
VOS
(mV Max)
Noise
(nV/√Hz)
Supply
Current
per Amp
(mA Typ)
Package
Price @ 100k
($U.S.)
Operational Amplifiers (continued)
AD8527
1.8 V, low noise,
R-R input/output
•
1.8
6
7
3.5
15
0.9
SOIC-8
0.47
AD8666
16 V, 4 MHz,
R-R output
•
5
16
4
2.5
10
1.8
MSOP-8
0.50
AD8648
20 MHz, quad,
R-R I/O
•
2.7
6
24
2.5
8
2
TSSOP
0.58
AD8668
16 V, 4 MHz,
R-R output
•
5
16
4
2.5
10
1.8
TSSOP
0.68
AD8619
1.8 V, micropower,
low noise, R-R I/O
•
1.8
6
0.4
2.2
25
0.038
SOIC-14
0.71
AD8694
Low noise,
R-R output
•
2.7
6
10
2
8
0.85
TSSOP
0.99
Video Amplifiers
ADA4860-1
High speed current
feedback
•
5
12
730
13
3.8
5.3
SOT-23
0.39
ADA4851-1
Voltage feedback
R-R output
•
3
12
130
3.3
10
2.4
SOT-23
0.39
ADA4850-1 Ultralow power-down •
2.7
12
175
4.1
10
2.4
LFCSP
0.45
Ultralow power, high
ADA4853-1
speed R-R output
2.65
5
80
2
20
1
SC70
0.45
•
3
12
130
3.3
10
2.4
MSOP-8
0.48
•
2.7
12
175
4.1
10
2.4
LFCSP
0.59
•
5
12
730
13
3.8
5.3
SOIC-14
0.67
•
5
12
300
25
10.6
5.3
SOIC
0.67
3
12
130
3.3
10
2.4
TSSOP
0.79
10 amp device
4.5
18
5
12
0.8
TSSOP
0.85
•
1.8
6
1
0.02
30
1.1
MSOP
0.88
ADA4851-2
•
Voltage feedback
R-R output
ADA4850-2 Ultralow power-down
High speed current
ADA4861-3
feedback
ADA4862-3
High speed internally
fixed G = +2
ADA4851-4
Voltage feedback
R-R output
ADD8710
10-channel Gamma
buffer + VCOM driver
•
Instrumentation Amplifiers
AD8553
Auto-zero
with shutdown
Audio Power Amplifiers
SSM2211
Low distortion,
1.5 watt
•
2.7
6
4
25
85
4.2
LFCSP
0.27
SSM2167
Low voltage
microphone preamp
•
2.7
6
1
—
20
2.3
MSOP
0.35
Low Noise, CMOS Rail-to-Rail Output Operational Amplifiers
The AD8691 family combines a number of high performance parameters including
low 8 nV/√Hz voltage noise density, rail-to-rail output, extended industrial
temperature range, high output current, very low distortion, and less than 1 mA of
quiescent current. With a low operating range from 2.7 V to 5.5 V, utility feature set,
and a very low price, the AD8691 family of amps finds its way into applications as
diverse as computers, handsets, and consumer electronics to become one of the
most useful amplifiers in a design engineer’s bag of tricks. Overcome your design
limitations with the AD8691/AD8692/AD8694 amplifiers from ADI. The AD8691 is
available in 5-lead SC70 and TSOT; the AD8692 is available in 8-lead MSOP and
SOIC; and the AD8694 is available in 14-lead TSSOP and SOIC.
1.8 V to 5 V Auto-Zero Instrumentation Amplifier with Shutdown
To lower costs, there is no longer a need to accept low CMRR solutions.
The AD8553 is a CMOS in-amp that offers accuracy to satisfy even the most
demanding current sensing or power management applications. The AD8553 offers
ultralow 20 mV offset voltage and nearly zero drift while achieving 140 dB of CMRR
on a single 1.8 V to 5 V supply. Gain from 0.1 to 10,000 can be set with just two
external resistors and a shutdown/disable feature, which maximizes battery life
in portable applications. The AD8553 satisfies demanding voltage amplification,
current sensing, or power measurement applications; even in noisy environments
including medical, computer, server, and communications. The AD8553 is available
in 10-lead MSOP.
Low Power, Low Voltage, Low Noise Operational Amplifier Family
The AD8613, AD8617, and AD8619 devices are single, dual, and quad op amps with
rail-to-rail inputs and outputs that deliver 50% lower noise and 30% lower power with
twice the precision of competing devices. These devices feature supply current of
only 38 microamps maximum, low offset voltage of 2 mV maximum, ultralow input
bias current of 1 pA maximum, and low noise of 22 nV/√Hz. Fully guaranteed 1.8 V
to 5 V operation makes these op amps ideal for battery-operated devices, such as
temperature monitors and carbon dioxide detectors, where power management and
reliability are critical. The rail-to-rail outputs make them suitable for driving ADCs
(analog-to-digital converters) and buffering DACs (digital-to-analog converters) in
lower power 12-bit to 16-bit applications. The AD8613 is available in 5-lead SC70
and SOT-23; the AD8617 is available in 8-lead MSOP and SOIC; and the AD8619 is
available in 14-lead TSSOP and SOIC.
High Speed, Rail-to-Rail Output Operational Amplifier Family
When your portable video players require an op amp with gain bandwidth in excess of 100 MHz, ADI’s new ADA4851 family of low cost, high
speed amps fits the need perfectly. The ADA4851 family of high speed amplifiers will help to conserve battery life with low 2.5 mA quiescent
current, a shutdown pin, and low operating voltage while providing the bandwidth that the applications demand. Rail-to-rail input and output
simplify portable design and maximize dynamic range. The single amp version ADA4851-1 is available in a 6-pin SOT-23 package with a
power-down mode to conserve battery power, making it perfect for the new generation of ultraportable video display devices. Dual and quad
versions are also available in a variety of space-saving packages to accommodate almost any design in consumer video electronics.
Low Supply Current, Rail-to-Rail I/O, Single-Supply
Operational Amplifier Family
The AD8541 family of amplifiers offers a bandwidth of 1 MHz with
a very modest supply current of only 55 mA maximum per channel.
This unique combination of useful bandwidth and low power
makes the AD8541 family of amps a perfect fit for many portable
designs in a wide variety of application areas from audio preamps,
to instrumentation and battery-powered consumer products. There
are single, dual, and quad amp configurations to accommodate
all potential needs. The AD8541 single amp comes in a tiny SC70
package to meet tight board space requirements in modern portable
designs in handsets, PDAs, and computers. The AD8541 is available
in 5-lead SC70 and SOT-23 as well as 8-lead SOIC; the AD8542
is available in 8-lead MSOP, TSSOP and SOIC; and the AD8544 is
available in 14-lead TSSOP and SOIC.
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