Isl28117 and isl28217 introduced by INTERSIL (NASDAQ Global Select market code: ISIL), a global leader in high performance analog semiconductor design and manufacturing, add two new members to its fast-growing bipolar Low-Power Precision Operational Amplifier Series.
The two products ideally combine low noise and low power consumption, as well as low bias voltage, low bias current drift and minimum zero drift over the operating temperature range. These products are very suitable for a variety of precision analog signal conditioning applications, which need to reduce power consumption, high DC precision and AC performance.
Compared with the existing competitive schemes, isl28117 and dual channel isl28217 reduce the signal conditioning error by using lower noise, lower bias voltage, lower bias current and higher gain accuracy. These amplifiers achieve high gain processing of wide common mode voltage signal, and the accuracy is much better than the competitive scheme.
These two devices have a wide range of applications, including medical instruments, precision active power filter, power control, programmable logic controller and digital oscilloscope.
Key technical indicators
Isl28117 and isl28217 provide industry-leading technical indicators, including:
Low input bias: ± fifty μ V，Max
Excellent bias temperature coefficient: 0.6 μ V/℃，Max
Input bias current: ± 1nA，Max
Temperature coefficient of input bias current: ± 5pA/℃，Max
Low operating current: 440 μ A
Voltage noise: 250nv peak to peak noise
Wide input voltage: 2.25V ~ 20V
Isl28117 and isl28217 have a wide operating temperature range from – 40 ℃ to + 125 ℃. The low noise and low power consumption of the device meet the requirements of signal gain front-end in industrial control applications, and reduce the overall power consumption of multi-channel signal design. ± 2.25V~ ± twenty ± The wide range of input voltage makes the device more flexible for wide common mode signal applications. Full trench isolation technology can prevent latch up effect, and ESD levels up to 4.5kv (manikin) and 500V (machine model) can prevent field failures in industrial applications such as data acquisition and process control.
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