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Op amp for precision apps

A low power dual op amp from Silego is said to be suited to precision consumer and industrial applications. Called the SLG88101, the part comes in a 2 x 2mm STDFN and is intended for use as a higher performance analogue front end for the company’s GPAK families.

With an input voltage offset of 400µV, a bandwidth of 17kHz and a quiescent current of 375nA, the SLG88101 is the first high performance analogue sensor interface circuit to be part of Silego’s Configurable Mixed Signal IC strategy.

The op amps feature rail to rail input and output, an open loop gain of more than 100dB and low voltage offset. Operating from a supply voltage ranging from 1.6 to 5.5V, the part is suited to applications such as portable products, wearables, remote metering, ambient light sensors and energy harvesting.

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Graham Pitcher

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