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Number of channels (#) 2 Total supply voltage (Max) (+5V=5, +/-5V=10) 5 Total supply voltage (Min) (+5V=5, +/-5V=10) 2.7 Vos (offset voltage @ 25 C) (Max) (mV) 1 GBW (Typ) (MHz) 3.5 Features Slew rate (Typ) (V/us) 1.4 Rail-to-rail In to V-, Out Offset drift (Typ) (uV/C) 0.35 Iq per channel (Typ) (mA) 0.6 Vn at 1 kHz (Typ) (nV/rtHz) 7.5 CMRR (Typ) (dB) 90 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 Input bias current (Max) (pA) 100 Output current (Typ) (mA) 66 Architecture CMOS THD + N @ 1 kHz (Typ) (%) 0.007
Number of channels (#) 2 Total supply voltage (Max) (+5V=5, +/-5V=10) 5 Total supply voltage (Min) (+5V=5, +/-5V=10) 2.7 Vos (offset voltage @ 25 C) (Max) (mV) 1 GBW (Typ) (MHz) 3.5 Features Slew rate (Typ) (V/us) 1.4 Rail-to-rail In to V-, Out Offset drift (Typ) (uV/C) 0.35 Iq per channel (Typ) (mA) 0.6 Vn at 1 kHz (Typ) (nV/rtHz) 7.5 CMRR (Typ) (dB) 90 Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 Input bias current (Max) (pA) 100 Output current (Typ) (mA) 66 Architecture CMOS THD + N @ 1 kHz (Typ) (%) 0.007
SOIC (D) 8 19 mm² 4.9 x 3.9 VSSOP (DGK) 8 15 mm² 3 x 4.9

(Unless otherwise noted, typical values at VS = 2.7V)

Guaranteed 2.7V and 5V specifications

Maximum VOS (LMV771)

850μV (limit)

  • Voltage noise
  • f = 100 Hz

    12.5nV/ Hz

    f = 10 kHz

    7.5nV/ Hz

  • Rail-to-Rail output swing
  • RL = 600Ω

    100mV from rail

    RL = 2kΩ

    50mV from rail

    Open loop gain with RL = 2kΩ

    100dB

    VCM

    0 to V + −0.9V

    Supply current (per amplifier)

    550µA

    Gain bandwidth product

    3.5MHz

    Temperature range

    −40°C to 125°C

    LMV772Q is AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualified and is manufactured on Automotive grade flow


    (Unless otherwise noted, typical values at VS = 2.7V)

    Guaranteed 2.7V and 5V specifications

    Maximum VOS (LMV771)

    850μV (limit)

  • Voltage noise
  • f = 100 Hz

    12.5nV/ Hz

    f = 10 kHz

    7.5nV/ Hz

  • Rail-to-Rail output swing
  • RL = 600Ω

    100mV from rail

    RL = 2kΩ

    50mV from rail

    Open loop gain with RL = 2kΩ

    100dB

    VCM

    0 to V + −0.9V

    Supply current (per amplifier)

    550µA

    Gain bandwidth product

    3.5MHz

    Temperature range

    −40°C to 125°C

    LMV772Q is AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualified and is manufactured on Automotive grade flow


    The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 are Single, Dual, and Quad low noise precision operational amplifiers intended for use in a wide range of applications. Other important characteristics of the family include: an extended operating temperature range of −40°C to 125°C, the tiny SC70-5 package for the LMV771, and low input bias current.

    The extended temperature range of −40°C to 125°C allows the LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 to accommodate a broad range of applications. The LMV771 expands National Semiconductor’s Silicon Dust amplifier portfolio offering enhancements in size, speed, and power savings. The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 are guaranteed to operate over the voltage range of 2.7V to 5.0V and all have rail-to-rail output.

    The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 family is designed for precision, low noise, low voltage, and miniature systems. These amplifiers provide rail-to-rail output swing into heavy loads. The maximum input offset voltage for the LMV771 is 850 μV at room temperature and the input common mode voltage range includes ground.

    The LMV771 is offered in the tiny SC70-5 package, LMV772/LMV772Q in the space saving MSOP-8 and SOIC-8, and the LMV774 in TSSOP-14.


    The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 are Single, Dual, and Quad low noise precision operational amplifiers intended for use in a wide range of applications. Other important characteristics of the family include: an extended operating temperature range of −40°C to 125°C, the tiny SC70-5 package for the LMV771, and low input bias current.

    The extended temperature range of −40°C to 125°C allows the LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 to accommodate a broad range of applications. The LMV771 expands National Semiconductor’s Silicon Dust amplifier portfolio offering enhancements in size, speed, and power savings. The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 are guaranteed to operate over the voltage range of 2.7V to 5.0V and all have rail-to-rail output.

    The LMV771/LMV772/LMV772Q/LMV774 family is designed for precision, low noise, low voltage, and miniature systems. These amplifiers provide rail-to-rail output swing into heavy loads. The maximum input offset voltage for the LMV771 is 850 μV at room temperature and the input common mode voltage range includes ground.

    The LMV771 is offered in the tiny SC70-5 package, LMV772/LMV772Q in the space saving MSOP-8 and SOIC-8, and the LMV774 in TSSOP-14.


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