OPA860
(ACTIVE) Wide Bandwidth Operational Transconductance Amplifier and Buffer

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Free Samples Buy from Authorized Distributors Part # Status Temp (oC) Price | QTY Package | Pins Device Marking Package QTY | Carrier Distributor Inventory TI 1k Lead Time
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OPA860ID ACTIVE -40 to 85 3.93 | 100u SOIC (D) | 8 View 75 | TUBE >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock
OPA860IDG4 ACTIVE -40 to 85 3.93 | 100u SOIC (D) | 8 View 75 | TUBE 106 Typical lead time for 1k quantity: 4 to 8 weeks
Not Available Contact Distributor OPA860IDR ACTIVE -40 to 85 3.30 | 100u SOIC (D) | 8 View 2500 | LARGE T&R No Stock Typical lead time for 1k quantity: 4 to 8 weeks
Not Available Contact Distributor OPA860IDRG4 ACTIVE -40 to 85 3.30 | 100u SOIC (D) | 8 View 2500 | LARGE T&R No Stock Typical lead time for 1k quantity: 4 to 8 weeks

* Suggested Resale Price per unit (USD) for BUDGETARY USE ONLY. For higher volume price quotes,prices in local currency or delivery quotes, please contact your local Texas Instruments Sales Office or Authorized Distributor.

Technical Documents

Datasheet (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 797 28 Aug 2008

User Guides (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 124 02 Feb 2006 759

Selection & Solution Guides (2)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 6000 11 Jul 2013 27,711
PDF 3424 02 May 2013 6,657

Models (1)

Title Category Type Size (KB) Date Views
OPA860 PSpice Model PSpice Model ZIP 4 KB 11 Feb 2008 1,551 views

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)




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High Performance, Variable Gain, Differential Amplifiers
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Automotive Class-D Amplifier Basics
This video will provide the basics of how class-D amplifiers operate. This will focus specifically on automotive applications.
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Engineer It - How to understand ripples in RF devices performance
Ripples arise while characterizing devices at RF and microwave frequencies.
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Engineer It – When to use a pre-driver vs. an integrated motor driver
Learn the differences between a pre-driver and an integrated motor driver and when to choose one over the other.
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