TLV3201 (ACTIVE)

40ns, micro-Power, Rail-to-Rail Input, Single-Channel Comparator with Push-Pull Outputs

 

Description

The TLV3201 and TLV3202 are single- and dual-channel comparators that offer the ultimate combination of high speed (40 ns) and low-power consumption (40 µA), all in extremely small packages with features such as rail-to-rail inputs, low offset voltage (1 mV), and large output drive current. The devices are also very easy to implement in a wide variety of applications where response time is critical.

The TLV320x family is available in single (TLV3201) and dual (TLV3202) channel versions, both with push-pull outputs. The TLV3201 is available in 5-pin SOT-23 and 5-pin SC70 packages. The TLV3202 is available in 8-pin SOIC and 8-pin VSSOP packages. All devices are specified for operation across the expanded industrial temperature range of –40°C to 125°C.

Features

  • Low Propagation Delay: 40 ns
  • Low Quiescent Current: 40 µA per Channel
  • Input Common-Mode Range Extends 200 mV Beyond Either Rail
  • Low Input Offset Voltage: 1 mV
  • Push-Pull Outputs
  • Supply Range: 2.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Industrial Temperature Range: –40°C to 125°C
  • Small Packages: 5-Pin SC70, 5-Pin SOT-23, 8-Pin SOIC, 8-Pin VSSOP

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Number of Channels (#)
Output Type
Vs (Min) (V)
Vs (Max) (V)
Propagation Delay Time (uS)
Vos (Offset Voltage @ 25C) (Max) (mV)
Iq per channel (Max) (mA)
Input Bias Current (+/-) (Max) (nA)
Rail-to-Rail
Rating
Operating Temperature Range (C)
VICR (Max) (V)
VICR (Min) (V)
Package Group
Features
TLV3201 TLV3202
1    2   
Push-Pull    Push-Pull   
2.7    2.7   
5.5    5.5   
0.047    0.047   
5    5   
0.05    0.05   
0.05    0.05   
In    In   
Catalog    Catalog   
-40 to 125    -40 to 125   
5.7    5.7   
-0.2    -0.2   
SC70
SOT-23   
SOIC
VSSOP   
Hysteresis
Small Size   
Hysteresis   

Other qualified versions of TLV3201

Version Part Number Definition
Automotive TLV3201-Q1 Q100 devices qualified for high-reliability automotive applications targeting zero defects