The ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1 are wide bandwidth precision amplifiers featuring low noise, very low offset, drift, and bias current. The parts operate from ±5 V to ±15 V dual supply.
The ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1 provide benefits previously found in few amplifiers. These amplifiers combine the best specifications of precision dc and high speed ac op amps. The ADA4637-1 is a decompensated version of the ADA4627-1 and is stable at a noise gain of 5 or greater.
With a typical offset voltage of only 70 μV, drift of less than 1 μV/°C, and noise of only 0.86 μV p-p (0.1 Hz to 10 Hz), the ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1 are suited for applications where error sources cannot be tolerated.
The ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1 are specified for both the industrial temperature range of −25°C to +85°C and the extended industrial temperature range of −40°C to +125°C. The ADA4627-1 is available in tiny 8-lead LFCSP and 8-lead SOIC packages, and the ADA4637-1 is available in tiny 8-lead SOIC packages.
The ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1 are members of a growing series of high speed, precision op amps offered by Analog Devices, Inc.Applications
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|ADA4627-1/ADA4637-1: 30 V, High Speed, Low Noise, Low Bias Current, JFET Operational Amplifier Data Sheet (Rev D, 10/2010) (pdf, 685 kB)||Data Sheets|
AN-931: Understanding PulSAR ADC Support Circuitry
(pdf, 299 kB)
This application note discusses in general the pitfalls that occur regularly when using SAR ADCs and, more importantly, how to easily prevent them.
|AN-649: Using the Analog Devices Active Filter Design Tool (pdf, 5301 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-581: Biasing and Decoupling Op Amps in Single Supply Applications (pdf, 166 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-402: Replacing Output Clamping Op Amps with Input Clamping Amps
(pdf, 55 kB)
So far most clamping amplifiers have relied upon an output clamping architecture and are called output clamp amps (OCAs). A new architecture called an input clamp amp (ICA) offers superior clamping accuracy and lower distortion.
AN-417: Fast Rail-to-Rail Operational Amplifiers Ease Design Constraints in Low Voltage High Speed Systems
(pdf, 228 kB)
Movement towards lower power supply voltages is driven by the demand that systems consume less and less power coupled with the desire to reduce the number of power supply voltages in the system. The following applications are discussed: Single-Ended and Differential Input ADC Input Circuits, Video Line Driver, Active Filter, HDSL Transceiver, and Transformer Drive Circuits.
|AN-202: An IC Amplifier User’s Guide to Decoupling, Grounding, and Making Things Go Right for a Change (pdf, 76 kB)||Application Notes|
|CN-0122: High Speed Instrumentation Amplifier Using the AD8271 Difference Amplifier and the ADA4627-1 JFET Input Op Amp (pdf, 159 kB)||Circuit Note|
|MT-052: Op Amp Noise Figure: Don't Be Mislead (pdf, 60 kB)||Tutorials|
|MT-047: Op Amp Noise (pdf, 72 kB)||Tutorials|
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|ADA4627 SPICE Macro Model||SPICE Models||HTML|
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