LT1112CN8#PBF - 

Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 750 kHz, 0.3 V/µs, ± 1V to ± 20V, DIP, 8 Pins

LT1112CN8#PBF - Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 750 kHz, 0.3 V/µs, ± 1V to ± 20V, DIP, 8 Pins

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The LT1112CN8#PBF is a quad Operational Amplifier achieve a new standard in combining outstanding precision specifications. The performance of the selected prime grades matches or exceeds competitive devices. The LT1112 also provide a full set of matching specifications, facilitating their use in such matching dependent applications as two and three op amp instrumentation amplifiers. Another set of specifications is furnished at ±1V supplies. This, combined with the low 320µA supply current per amplifier, allows the LT1112 to be powered by two nearly discharged AA cells.
  • 0.5µV/°C Maximum offset voltage drift
  • 250pA Maximum input bias current
  • 400µA per Amplifier Maximum supply current
  • 1 million Minimum voltage gain
  • Guaranteed specs with ±1.0V supplies


Sensing & Instrumentation, Power Management

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2 Amplifier
± 1V to ± 20V
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