Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifier drives high sampling rate A/D converters.
Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifier drives high sampling rate A/D converters.

Model LT5514 850 MHz, programmable-gain, broadband amplifier exhibits output 3rd order intercept of 49 dBm at 70 MHz. It has 2nd and 3rd order distortion products lower than -87 dBc, while delivering 2 V peak-to-peak output into 200 ohm load. Variable gain is adjusted by on-chip, digitally controlled attenuator in combination with fixed gain amplifier. Unit is suited for 12- and 14-bit, 65 MS/sec...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Instrumentation Amplifier has digital gain control.

Housed in SSOP-16 or DFN12 package, LTC6915 features 14 levels of digitally controllable gain that can be set up to 4096 V/V via parallel or serial SPI(TM) interface. Gain drift of 1 ppm/°C is made possible via use of thin film resistor technology, making product insensitive to temperature changes. Based on zero-drift topology, product offers on-the-fly programmability, common mode...

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Amplifier loads transducer data with single key stroke.
Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifier loads transducer data with single key stroke.

Model ML801B multi-channel amplifier module features TEDS identification. Digitally stored data is electronically transferred to amplifier, allowing it to select correct settings and start taking measurements. ML801B permits number of sub-channels to be reduced to 8, 4, or 2 as needed, giving corresponding sampling rates of 2,400 Hz, 4,800 Hz, and 9,600 Hz. All channels are measured synchronously...

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Transimpedance Amplifier features 90 MHz gain bandwidth.
Electronic Amplifiers

Transimpedance Amplifier features 90 MHz gain bandwidth.

Suited for high-speed photodiode applications, Model OPA380 features 50 pA bias current, 6.4 mA quiescent current, and 2.7-5.5 V supply range. Unit's 90 MHz gain bandwidth enables transimpedance bandwidth of greater than 1 MHz in most configurations. As a result of 25 Â-µV max offset voltage and 0.1 µV/C offset drift, dynamic range of 5 decades can be achieved. Applications include...

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Op Amps suit power sensitive applications.
Electronic Amplifiers

Op Amps suit power sensitive applications.

Series OPA734 and OPA735 are 12 V amplifiers that use auto-zeroing techniques to provide 5 Â-µV offset voltage and near zero drift. They feature 750 µA quiescent current, 200 pA bias current, 1.6 MHz bandwidth, and rail-to-rail output swing within 50 mV of rails. Series OPA734 includes shutdown mode, allowing device to be switched from normal operation to standby current that is less...

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Amplifiers suit communication components testing.
Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifiers suit communication components testing.

Broadband amplifier models 400S1G4 and 450S1G3 work as driver amplifiers in testing wireless and communication components and subsystems and have full rated power across band. Former consists of 400 W, 0.8-4.2 GHz unit that can cover multiple frequency bands, while latter delivers 450 W from 0.8-3 GHz. Both models are 100% VSWR tolerant, have digital control panels for local and remote control,...

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Operational Amplifier offers 200 mA output at 2.7 V supply.
Electronic Amplifiers

Operational Amplifier offers 200 mA output at 2.7 V supply.

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.

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Amplifiers provide wide range of power and bandwidth.
Electronic Amplifiers

Amplifiers provide wide range of power and bandwidth.

Broadband amplifier Model 400S1G4 is a 400 W, 0.8-4.2 GHz unit suitable for CDMA, W-CDMA, TDMA, GSM, and high-power EMC test applications. Model 450S1G4 delivers 450 W of power from 0.8-3 GHz. Both models are 100% VSWR tolerant. Offering low noise, low distortion, and full rated power across the band, amplifiers are suited for use as driver amplifiers in testing wireless and communication...

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Charge Amplifier supports in-the-mold pressure sensors.
Electronic Amplifiers

Charge Amplifier supports in-the-mold pressure sensors.

Type 5155A conditions sensed data to enable proper transition from injection phase to holding phase of molding. Powered by 18-30 Vdc, unit is available in single-, 2-, or 4-channel versions. Optional internal module makes charge amplifier a controller for automatic switchover. Switchover at optimum point is driven by gradient in pressure rise sensed by cavity pressure sensor. Temperature and...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Zero-Drift Amplifier suits portable instrumentation.

Housed in 5-Pin SOT-23 (ThinSOT(TM)) package, LTC2054 and LTC2054HV zero-drift amplifiers require 175 Â-µA max supply current over industrial temperature range of -40 to +85°C. Characteristics include 0.5 µV input offset voltage, 30 nV/°C offset drift, 600 fA bias current, and 2 pA offset current. Operational from 2.7-6/11 V, products feature rail-to-rail output voltage...

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