Overview

Features and Benefits

  • Low supply current: 250 μA/amp maximum
  • High slew rate: 9 V/μs
  • Bandwidth: 3.5 MHz typical
  • Low offset voltage: 1 mV maximum @ 25°C
  • Low input bias current: 20 pA maximum @ 25°C
  • CMRR: 90 dB typical
  • Fast settling time
  • Unity gain stable

Product Details

The AD8682 and AD8684 are dual and quad low power, precision (1 mV) JFET amplifiers featuring excellent speed at low supply currents. The slew rate is typically 9 V/μs with a supply current under 250 μA per amplifier. These unity-gain stable amplifiers have a typical gain bandwidth of 3.5 MHz. The JFET input stage ensures bias current is typically a few picoamps and below 125 pA maximum over the full temperature operating range.

The devices are ideal for portable, low power applications, especially with high source impedance. The devices are unity gain stable and can drive higher capacity loads (G = 1, noninverting), as an example of their excellent dynamic response over a wide range of conditions, delivering dc precision performance at low quiescent currents.

Applications

  • Portable telecommunications
  • Low power industrial and instrumentation
  • Loop filters
  • Active and precision filters
  • Integrators
  • Strain gauge amplifiers
  • Portable medical instrumentation
  • Supply current monitoring

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At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.

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