OPA4277MDTEP

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OPA4277MDTEP

Enhanced Products High Precision Operational Amplifiers

Packaging

Package | PIN: D | 14
Temp: M (-55 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $14.98
10-24 $13.93
25-99 $13.44
100-249 $11.74
250-499 $11.17
500-749 $10.28
750-999 $9.23
1000+ $9.20

Features

  • Ultra-Low Offset Voltage: 10 µV
  • Ultra-Low Drift: ±0.1 µV/°C
  • High Open-Loop Gain: 134 dB
  • High Common-Mode Rejection: 140 dB
  • High-Power Supply Rejection: 130 dB
  • Low Bias Current: 1-nA Max
  • Wide Supply Range: ±2 to ±18 V
  • Low Quiescent Current: 800 µA/Amplifier
  • Supports Defense, Aerospace, and Medical
    Applications
    • Controlled Baseline
    • One Assembly and Test Site
    • One Fabrication Site
    • Available in Military (–55°C to 125°C)
      Temperature Range
    • Extended Product Life Cycle
    • Extended Product-Change Notification
    • Product Traceability

Texas Instruments  OPA4277MDTEP

The OPA4277-EP precision operational amplifier replaces the industry standard OP-177. It offers improved noise, wider output voltage swing, and is twice as fast with half the quiescent current. Features include ultra-low offset voltage and drift, low bias current, high common-mode rejection, and high power supply rejection.

The OPA4277-EP operates from ±2- to ±18-V supplies with excellent performance. Unlike most operational amplifiers which are specified at only one supply voltage, the OPA4277-EP precision operational amplifier is specified for real-world applications; a single limit applies over the ±5- to ±15-V supply range. High performance is maintained as the amplifier swings to the specified limits. Because the initial offset voltage (±20-µV max) is so low, user adjustment is usually not required.

The OPA4277-EP is easy to use and free from phase inversion and overload problems found in some operational amplifiers. It is stable in unity gain and provides excellent dynamic behavior over a wide range of load conditions. The OPA4277-EP features completely independent circuitry for lowest crosstalk and freedom from interaction, even when overdriven or overloaded.