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TI introduces the industry's first precision nanopower operational amplifiers

TI introduces the industry's first precision nanopower operational amplifiers

12/06/2016

Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the industry's first precision nanopower operational amplifiers (op amps). The LPV811 and LPV812 consume quiescent current as low as 320 nA and are part of a family of four new ultra-low-power op amps. With up to 60 percent lower power consumption than competitive precision op amps and offset voltage as low as 300 ÁV, the new family of op amps extends battery and sensor life for applications such as building automation, wired and wireless sensor nodes, and wearables. For more information about the family or to order samples, see www.ti.com/nanopower-pr.

Key features and benefits of the LPV811 family

  • Low power consumption: Featuring industry-leading quiescent current without the use of duty cycling, these nanopower op amps enable more energy-efficient 4- to 20-mA loop systems, extend battery life and reduce battery replacement costs.
  • High precision: With a precision offset voltage as low as 300 ÁV and nanopower current consumption, the LPV811 and LPV812 help detect low concentrations of environmental gases and increase two-lead electrochemical sensor life and sensitivity.
  • Low-voltage operation: Operating with a single-supply voltage as low as 1.6 V, the general-purpose LPV801 and LPV802 and precision LPV811 and LPV812 maintain continuous performance under low-voltage battery conditions.
  • High electromagnetic interference (EMI) immunity: An input rejection ratio greater than 80 dB in the 500-MHz to 1-GHz frequency range reduces the need for external filtering components, saves design time for EMI-sensitive applications and enables rapid system qualification according to international standards organizations.

To find more details click the following link.

www.ti.com


Company profile:  Texas Instruments

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