The ADA4001-2 is a dual JFET amplifier that features low input bias current, low input voltage noise, low input current noise, and rail-to-rail output.
The combination of low offset, low noise, and very low input bias currents makes this amplifier especially suitable for high impedance sensor amplification and precise current measure-ments using shunts. The combination of dc precision, low noise, and fast settling time results in superior accuracy in medical instruments, electronic measurement, and automated test equipment. Unlike many competitive amplifiers, the ADA4001-2 maintains fast settling performance even with substantial capacitive loads. Unlike many older JFET amplifiers, the ADA4001-2 does not suffer from output phase reversal when input voltages exceed the maximum common-mode voltage range.
Fast slew rate and great stability with capacitive loads make the ADA4001-2 a perfect fit for high performance filters. Low input bias currents, low offset, and low noise result in a wide dynamic range of photodiode amplifier circuits. Low noise and low dis-tortion, high output current, and excellent speed make the ADA4001-2 a great choice for audio applications.
The ADA4001-2 is specified over the −40°C to +125°C extended industrial temperature range.
The ADA4001-2 is available in an 8-lead narrow SOIC package.
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|ADA4001-2: Low Noise, Low Input Bias Current, Rail-to-Rail Output, JFET Dual Operational Amplifier Data Sheet (Rev C, 05/2013) (pdf, 129 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-202: An IC Amplifier User’s Guide to Decoupling, Grounding, and Making Things Go Right for a Change (pdf, 76 kB)||Application Notes|
|Sensor Signal Conditioning - Amplifiers for Signal Conditioning (PDF)||Design Handbooks|
|Op Amp Applications Handbook||Design Handbooks||HTML|
|MT-052: Op Amp Noise Figure: Don't Be Misled (pdf, 60 kB)||Tutorials|
|MT-048: Op Amp Noise Relationships: 1/f Noise, RMS Noise, and Equivalent Noise Bandwidth (pdf, 81 kB)||Tutorials|
|MT-047: Op Amp Noise (pdf, 72 kB)||Tutorials|
WEBCAST: Noise Optimization in Sensor Signal Conditioning Circuits (Part I)
This first part of a two-part series will explore the noise topic in detail and provide tips and answers to these types of questions.
WEBCAST: Noise Optimization in Sensor Signal Conditioning Circuits (Part II)
This is the second part of a two-part series that explores the topic of signal noise in detail.
Webcast: Noise Optimization in Sensor Signal Conditioning Circuits, Part III
Expanding upon the material previously presented in "Optimizing Noise in the Sensor Signal Path" Parts I & II, this Webcast addresses some of the specific questions and areas of additional interest, raised by viewers.
|MS-2066: Low Noise Signal Conditioning for Sensor-Based Circuits (pdf, 425 kB)||Technical Articles|
|Glossary of EE Terms||Glossary||HTML|
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|ADA4001 SPICE Macro Model||SPICE Models||HTML|
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