36-V operational amplifier

  • 01-Nov-2011 09:04 EDT

Texas Instruments’ automotive-qualified 36-V, single-supply, low-noise operational amplifier (op amp) can function on supplies ranging from +2.7 to +36 V. The OPA171-Q1 provides features designed to enhance overall system design stability such as the ability to handle input signals beyond the supply rails without causing output phase reversal. Offering high-precision performance including low offset of up to 1.8 mV, the cost-effective, low-power unit features industry-standard packaging. The device is available for automotive qualification in the SOT-553 micro package, which is 50% smaller than comparable devices available, claims the company, and can reduce board space for automotive applications including HEV/EV, tracking amplifiers in power modules, and transducer amplifiers.

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