15 February 2013

Precision op amp operates with 76V input range

Linear Technology has introduced two new dual and quad wide input range operational amplifiers.

The LT6016 and LT6017 offer an input offset voltage of 50µV max, input bias current of 5nA, and low frequency noise od 0.5µVP-P, making them suitable for a range of precision industrial, automotive, and instrumentation applications.

The amplifiers function normally with inputs up to 76V above V- independent of whether V+ is 3 or 50V.

Additional fault tolerant features protect the op amps from reverse supply conditions (up to -50V at V+), negative transients (up to -25V at VIN), and forced output voltage with no power supplied (up to 50V at VOUT).

The LT6016 and LT6017 are fully specified over -40 to 85°C, -40 to 125°C, and -55 to 150°C temperature ranges.

Author
Laura Hopperton

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http://www.linear.com

Companies
Linear Technology Corporation

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