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AD8236

40 µA Micropower Instrumentation Amplifier

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1ku List Price Starting From $1.17
Features
  • Low power: 40 μA supply current (maximum)
  • Low input currents
  • 1 pA input bias current
  • 0.5 pA input offset current
  • High CMRR: 110 dB CMRR, G = 100
  • Space-saving MSOP
  • Zero input crossover distortion
  • Rail-to-rail input and output
  • Gain set with single resistor
  • Operates from 1.8 V to 5.5 V
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The AD8236 is the lowest power instrumentation amplifier in the industry. It has rail-to-rail outputs and can operate on voltages as low as 1.8 V. Its 40 μA maximum supply current makes it an excellent choice in battery-powered applications.

The AD8236’s high input impedance, low input bias current of 1 pA, high CMRR of 110 dB (G = 100), small size, and low power offer tremendous value. It has a wider common-mode voltage range than typical three-op-amp instrumentation amplifiers, making this a great solution for applications that operate on a single 1.8 V or 3 V supply. An innovative input stage allows for a wide rail-to-rail input voltage range without the crossover distortion common in other designs.

The AD8236 is available in an 8-lead MSOP and is specified over the industrial temperature range of −40°C to +125°C

Applications

  • Medical instrumentation
  • Low-side current sense
  • Portable devices
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    1ku List Price Starting From $1.17

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    EVAL-INAMP

    AD62x, AD822x, AD842x Series InAmp Evaluation Board

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    AD62x, AD822x, AD842x Series InAmp Evaluation Board

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    Analog Devices provides a line of evaluation boards designed to help users evaluate our instrumentation amplifiers in 8 pin packages. Access the user guide UG-261.

    This user guide describes three generic evaluation boards that can be used to evaluate many of Analog Devices instrumentation amplifiers. For information on the performance of a specific instrumentation amplifier, see the data sheet for that instrumentation amplifier.

    • 3 generic, easy-to-use evaluation boards
      • Shipped with an assortment of Analog Devices in-amps
      • Solder in the in-amp to be tested
      • Test pins already populated
      • Decoupling capacitors already populated
    • EVAL-INAMP-62RZ board: Compatible with AD620, AD621, AD622, AD623, AD627, AD8223, AD8225,  LT1167, LT1168 and LT6370 in SOIC or PDIP
    • EVAL-INAMP-82RZ board: Compatible with AD8221, AD8226, AD8227, AD8228, AD8229, AD8421, AD8428, and AD8429 in SOIC package
    • EVAL-INAMP-82RMZ board: Compatible with AD8220, AD8221, AD8226, AD8227, AD8228, AD8236, and AD8421 in MSOP package
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