Press Release Summary:
Dual Op Amp, Model TS982 operates at supply voltages ranging from 2.5-5.5 V, offers rail-to-rail input and output, and is stable with unity gain. SO-8 exposed-pad package enables high current output at high ambient temperatures. Amplifier is suited for industrial and automotive applications including Hall sensor compensation coils, servo amplifiers, and motor drivers.
Original Press Release:
Dual Op Amp from STMicroelectronics Offers 200mA Output at 2.7V Supply
High Dissipation Package Boosts Reliability
Geneva, March 26, 2004 - STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM) has introduced a dual operational amplifier able to drive 200mA down to voltages as low as 2.7V.
It is designed for industrial and automotive applications including Hall sensor compensation coils, servo amplifiers and motor drivers.
The TS982 operates at supply voltages ranging from 2.5V to 5.5V and offers up to 200mA of output current on each amplifier at supply voltages down to 2.7V.
The part offers rail-to-rail input and output and is stable with a unity gain.
It is offered in an SO-8 exposed-pad package that enables high current output at high ambient temperatures. This makes it a reliable solution for automotive and industrial applications. Pricing is $US 0.65 in quantities of 1K units.
Further information on these products is available at www.st.com/stdlinear
The entire datasheet can be found at the following URL:
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