Electronic Amplifiers

Electronic Amplifiers

Transmitter features 10 Vdc analog output.

Operating from -10 to +40Â-¡ÃƒÂ†C at up to 95% RH, AST3IS isolation amplifier is designed for use with strain-gage transducers in hazardous areas without Zener barriers. DIN-rail mount unit has ADC capable of up to 8,300,000 counts. With built-in support for RS-485 and MODBUS RTU, transmitter can communicate with process control host without external hardware or additional software....

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Electronic Amplifiers

Op Amp and Voltage References have low-power designs.

Operating on ±5 to ±15 V supply voltage, ADA4000-1 JFET (junction field effect transistor)-input op amp utilizes iPolar(TM) trench isolation process technology for minimal power consumption and to reduce or eliminate need for heat sinks or cooling fans. Bandwidth is 6 MHz, and slew rate is 20 V/Â-µsec. Requiring 85 µA supply current, ADR12x low-power voltage references...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifier assists hearing aid users.

EVAC-compliant Plena Loop Amplifier allows hearing-aid users in public buildings to clearly hear announcements, music, or soundtracks. Unit integrates into new or existing sound systems in public areas up to 600 sq meters. Master/slave configuration supports low spillover and quadrature system design, providing standard solution for multiple room applications. Amplifier includes automatic gain...

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Electronic Amplifiers

WLAN Power Amplifier includes power detector.

Supporting 2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g and 5 GHz 802.11a standards, dual-band Model SST13LP02 provides 20 dBm for 802.11b, 18 dBm for 802.11g, and 18 dBm for 802.11a applications. Integrated, temperature-stable, on-chip power detector tolerates output mismatch of VSWR greater than 2:1 at all angles. On-off switching is controllable by baseband chip with minimum reference current of ~2 mA. Applications...

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Operational Amplifiers suit low-power video applications.
Electronic Amplifiers

Operational Amplifiers suit low-power video applications.

NCS25xx family of 200 MHz devices allow video designers to achieve 0.02% differential gain and 0.1° differential phase while consuming 1.1 mA of current draw. Model NCS2500 current feedback monolithic op amp features 450 V/uS typ slew rate and drives NTSC/PAL video over 75 ohm lines. Model NCS2501 adds ENABLE input. Model NCS2530 is triple version of NCS2501, where each op amp can be...

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Op-Amps draw 1.1 mA of supply current.
Electronic Amplifiers

Op-Amps draw 1.1 mA of supply current.

Suited for 16- and 18-bit portable instruments, ADA4841-x family of single and dual devices achieve 2 nV/rt-Hz wideband voltage noise and 1.4 pA/rt-Hz wideband current noise. To maintain low-noise environment at lower frequencies, amps have 1/f noise of 6 nV/rt-Hz and 13 pA/rt-Hz @ 10 Hz. Devices also achieve low distortion, with 111 dBc spurious free dynamic range @ 100 kHz. Uits feature...

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Low Noise Amp maintains linearity over wide bandwidth.
Electronic Amplifiers

Low Noise Amp maintains linearity over wide bandwidth.

With typical gain of 20 dB, HILNAV1 low noise amplifier operates in usable frequency range of 50 MHz to 1.5 GHz. Input to device is 5-30 Vdc with internal regulator. Featuring reverse voltage protection, design achieves typical third intercept point of +32 dBm. Product is housed in extruded aluminum enclosure and offers option for mounting flanges. It is also available in OEM sub-assembly version...

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Op-Amps offer low noise and power consumption rate.
Electronic Amplifiers

Op-Amps offer low noise and power consumption rate.

Offered in 3 versions, op-amps utilize BiCMOS technology and current-feedback architecture. Model TSH310 requires 400 Â-µA quiescent current and achieves 130 MHz bandwidth and 115 V/µsec slew rate. Input noise is 7.5 nv/√Hz typ. With noise as low as 1.3 nV/√Hz, TSH330 provides up to 1.1 GHz bandwidth, 1,800 V/µsec slew rate and 16 mA quiescent current. Model TSH350, with...

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CMOS Amplifiers minimize voltage noise.
Electronic Amplifiers

CMOS Amplifiers minimize voltage noise.

Operating from 2.8-12 V, dual Model LTC6241 and quad Model LTC6242 produce low noise of 550 nVp-p in 0.1-10 Hz region. They feature 1 pA bias current and less than 125 Â-µV input offset voltage. Offset voltage drift is guaranteed under 2.5 µV/°C, while high voltage gain of 124 dB keeps system error to minimum. Gain bandwidth of 18 MHz and slew rate of 10 V/µs at supply...

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