|Package | PIN:||D | 8|
|Temp:||Q (-40 to 125)|
- Qualified for Automotive Applications
- Wide Bandwidth . . . 10 MHz
- High-Output Drive
- IOH . . . 57 mA at VDD 1.5 V
- IOL . . . 55 mA at 0.5 V
- High Slew Rate
- SR+ . . . 16 V/µs
- SR . . . 19 V/µs
- Wide Supply Range . . . 4.5 V to 16 V
- Supply Current . . . 1.9 mA/Channel
- Ultralow Power Shutdown Mode IDD . . . 125 mA/Channel
- Low Input Noise Voltage . . . 7 nV/Hz
- Input Offset Voltage . . . 60 µV
- Small 8-Pin SOIC Package
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Texas Instruments TLC072QDRQ1
The first members of TIs new BiMOS general-purpose operational amplifier family are the TLC07x. The BiMOS family concept is simple: provide an upgrade path for BiFET users who are moving away from dual-supply to single-supply systems and demand higher AC and dc performance. With performance rated from 4.5 V to 16 V across commercial (0°C to 70°C) and an extended industrial temperature range (40°C to 125°C), BiMOS suits a wide range of audio, automotive, industrial and instrumentation applications. Familiar features like offset nulling pins enable higher levels of performance in a variety of applications.
Developed in TIs patented LBC3 BiCMOS process, the new BiMOS amplifiers combine a very high input impedance low-noise CMOS front end with a high-drive bipolar output stage, thus providing the optimum performance features of both. AC performance improvements over the TL07x BiFET predecessors include a bandwidth of 10 MHz (an increase of 300%) and voltage noise of 7 nV/Hz (an improvement of 60%). DC improvements include a factor of 4 reduction in input offset voltage down to 1.5 mV (maximum) in the standard grade, and a power supply rejection improvement of greater than 40 dB to 130 dB. Added to this list of impressive features is the ability to drive ±50-mA loads comfortably from an ultrasmall-footprint MSOP PowerPAD package, which positions the TLC07x as the ideal high-performance general-purpose operational amplifier family.