A comparator is used to compare a measurable quantity with a reference or standard such as two voltages or currents. It outputs a digital signal showing the results. Analog Devices offers an extensive portfolio of high speed and low power comparators and this allows us to provide our customers with more complete signal chain solutions. Our comparator offerings range from the fastest Si-based comparator on the market today to very low power CMOS comparators that consume only microamperes of power. Find the right comparators for your application with our selection tool and design tool.
SubcategoriesProduct Selection Table
Product Selection Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is input voltage range and how is it determined?
- What are op amp input and output common-mode and differential voltage ranges and how are they determined?
- Can I exceed the parameters specified in the absolute maximum ratings table?
- My reference voltage changes when I connect it to the amplifier's input?
- Why is my input signal clipping?