TSV772x 22 MHz bandwidth, low-offset (200 µV) op amps

Single and dual 22-MHz bandwidth unity-gain-stable amplifiers for high-accuracy, high-bandwidth sensor interfaces.

TSV772x family op amps feature an input offset voltage that is optimized for common mode close to ground, which is ideal for low-side current measurements in A/D converter input buffers. Their ultralow input bias current also enables connection to photodiodes and other sensors where current and accuracy are key factors.

Key features

  • Gain bandwidth product 22 MHz, unity gain stable
  • High accuracy input offset voltage: 50 µV typ., 200 µV max.
  • Low input bias current: 2 pA typ.
  • Low input voltage noise density: 7 nV/√Hz
  • Wide supply voltage range: 1.8 V to 5.5 V
  • Output rail-to-rail
  • Input common-mode range includes low rail
10 year longevity
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Application examples

  • Low-side current measurement
  • Photodiode amplifiers
  • Automotive current measurement and sensor signal conditioning
  • Strain gauges signal conditioning

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