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Part Number : MAX44280
Function : 1.8V, 50MHz, Low-Offset, Low-Power, Rail-to-Rail I/O Op Amp
Maker : Maxim Integrated

Pinouts :
MAX44280 datasheet

Description :

General Description
The MAX44280 offers a unique combination of high speed, precision, low noise, and low-voltage operation making it ideally suited for a large number of signal processing functions such as filtering and amplification of signals in portable and industrial equipment. The amplifier features an input offset of less than 50FV and a high-gain bandwidth product of 50MHz while maintaining a low 1.8V supply rail. The device is internally compensated for gains of 5V/V or greater. The device’s rail-to-rail input/outputs and low noise guarantee maximum dynamic range in demanding applications such
as 12- to 16-bit SAR ADC drivers. Unlike traditional rail-to-rail input structures, input crossover distortion is absent due to an optimized input stage with an ultra-quiet
charge pump. The MAX44280 includes a fast-power-on shutdown mode
for further power savings. The MAX44280 operates from a supply range of 1.8V to
5.5V over the -40NC to +125NC temperature range and can operate down to 1.7V over the 0NC to +70NC temperature range. The MAX44280 is available in a small,6-pin SC70 package and is also available in a 1mm x 1.5mm thin µDFN (ultra-thin LGA) package.

Features
♦ Low 1.8V Supply Rail Over the -40°C to +125°C Range
♦ 1.7V Supply Rail Over the 0°C to +70°C Range
♦ 50MHz Bandwidth
♦ Low 12.7nV/√HzInput Voltage-Noise Density
♦ Low 1.2fA/√HzInput Current-Noise Density
♦ Low 50µV (max) VOSat +25°C
♦ 500fA Low Input Bias Current
♦ 750µA Quiescent Current per Amplifier
♦ < 1µA Supply Current in Shutdown
♦ Small, 2mm x 2mm SC70 and 1mm x 1.5mm Thin µDFN Packages
♦ Low -110dB Total Harmonic Distortion
♦ 5V/V Minimum Stable Gain


Datasheet PDF Download :
MAX44280 pdf

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