Norwood, MA (09/28/2011) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) today unveiled a series of high-speed amplifiers that establish a new performance standard with the best combination of high-speed, low noise and low power. Designed for portable, multi-channel and low power instrumentation and healthcare equipment, the ADA4896-2 (dual), ADA4897-1(single) and ADA4897-2 (dual) high-speed amplifiers provide the highest large-signal bandwidth and slew rate with the lowest noise available today in a rail-to-rail amplifier under 10 mW. Each amplifier features low noise of 1 nV/√Hz and 120-V/µs slew rate while consuming only 3 mA of supply current. Further, the 1/f noise @10Hz is a low 2.4 nV/√Hz. Watch this video and learn more about ADI's new series of high-speed amplifiers.
Also announced as part of this high-speed amplifier series was the ADA4895-2 dual de-compensated high-speed amplifier. It delivers 1.5-GHz gain-bandwidth product at gains of +10 and greater, making it ideal as a high-speed, high-gain pre-amplifier.
The new rail-to-rail amplifiers operate across the extended industrial temperature range of -40˚C to +125˚C and offer a 3-V to 10-V supply range. The ADA4895-2 and ADA4897-1/ -2 include an output disable feature.
|Product||Features||Availability||Price Each Per 1,000||Packaging|
|ADA4897-1||Single, Disable||Full Volume Production||$1.89||8-lead SOIC
|ADA4897-2||Dual, Disable||Samples Now||$3.20||10-lead MSOP|
|ADA4896-2||Dual||Full Volume Production||$3.20||8-lead LFCSP
|ADA4895-2||Dual, Disable (Gain ≥+10)||Samples Now||$3.20||10-lead MSOP|
Complementary components for these amplifiers include the AD7982 18-bit A/D converter and the AD9279 octal (eight-channel) ultrasound receivers. Find additional high-speed low noise amplifiers at http://www.analog.com/en/high-speed-op-amps/low-noise-low-distortion-amplifiers/products/index.html.
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