|Package | PIN:||SOIC (DW) | 16|
|Temp:||I (-40 to 85)|
- Supply Current . . . 300 µA Max
- High Unity-Gain Bandwidth . . . 2 MHz Typ
- High Slew Rate . . . 0.45 V/µs Min
- Supply-Current Change Over Military Temp
Range . . . 10 µA Typ at VCC ± = ± 15 V
- Specified for Both 5-V Single-Supply and ±15-V Operation
- Phase-Reversal Protection
- High Open-Loop Gain . . . 6.5 V/µV (136 dB) Typ
- Low Offset Voltage . . . 100 µV Max
- Offset Voltage Drift With Time
0.005 µV/mo Typ
- Low Input Bias Current . . . 50 nA Max
- Low Noise Voltage . . . 19 nV/√Hz Typ
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Texas Instruments TLE2024AIDW
The TLE202x, TLE202xA, and TLE202xB devices are precision, high-speed, low-power operational amplifiers using a new Texas Instruments Excalibur process. These devices combine the best features of the OP21 with highly improved slew rate and unity-gain bandwidth.
The complementary bipolar Excalibur process utilizes isolated vertical pnp transistors that yield dramatic improvement in unity-gain bandwidth and slew rate over similar devices.
The addition of a bias circuit in conjunction with this process results in extremely stable parameters with both time and temperature. This means that a precision device remains a precision device even with changes in temperature and over years of use.
This combination of excellent dc performance with a common-mode input voltage range that includes the negative rail makes these devices the ideal choice for low-level signal conditioning applications in either single-supply or split-supply configurations. In addition, these devices offer phase-reversal protection circuitry that eliminates an unexpected change in output states when one of the inputs goes below the negative supply rail.
A variety of available options includes small-outline and chip-carrier versions for high-density systems applications.
The C-suffix devices are characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. The I-suffix devices are characterized for operation from 40°C to 85°C. The M-suffix devices are characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of 55°C to 125°C.