IC OPAMP GP 40MHZ 50MA 14DIP

AD841JNZ

Manufacturer Part NumberAD841JNZ
DescriptionIC OPAMP GP 40MHZ 50MA 14DIP
ManufacturerAnalog Devices Inc
AD841JNZ datasheet
 


Specifications of AD841JNZ

Slew Rate300 V/µsAmplifier TypeGeneral Purpose
Number Of Circuits1Gain Bandwidth Product40MHz
Current - Input Bias3.5µAVoltage - Input Offset800µV
Current - Supply11mACurrent - Output / Channel50mA
Voltage - Supply, Single/dual (±)±5 V ~ 18 VOperating Temperature0°C ~ 75°C
Mounting TypeThrough HolePackage / Case14-DIP (0.300", 7.62mm)
Op Amp TypeUnity Gain StableNo. Of Amplifiers1
Bandwidth40MHzSupply Voltage Range± 5V To ± 18V
Amplifier Case StyleDIPNo. Of Pins14
Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS CompliantOutput Type-
-3db Bandwidth-  
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FEATURES
AC PERFORMANCE
Unity-Gain Bandwidth: 40 MHz
Fast Settling: 110 ns to 0.01%
Slew Rate: 300 V/ s
Full Power Bandwidth: 4.7 MHz for 20 V p-p into a
500
Load
DC PERFORMANCE
Input Offset Voltage: 1 mV max
Input Voltage Noise: 13 nV/ Hz typ
Open-Loop Gain: 45 V/mV into a 1 k
Output Current: 50 mA min
Supply Current: 12 mA max
APPLICATIONS
High Speed Signal Conditioning
Video and Pulse Amplifiers
Data Acquisition Systems
Line Drivers
Active Filters
Available in 14-Pin Plastic DIP Hermetic Cerdip, 12-Pin
TO-8 Metal Can and 20-Pin LCC Packages
Chips and MIL-STD-883B Parts Available
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The AD841 is a member of the Analog Devices family of wide
bandwidth operational amplifiers. This high speed/high precision
family includes, among others, the AD840, which is stable at a
gain of 10 or greater, and the AD842, which is stable at a gain of
two or greater and has 100 mA minimum output current drive.
These devices are fabricated using Analog Devices’ junction iso-
lated complementary bipolar (CB) process. This process permits
a combination of dc precision and wideband ac performance
previously unobtainable in a monolithic op amp. In addition to
its 40 MHz unity-gain bandwidth product, the AD841 offers ex-
tremely fast settling characteristics, typically settling to within
0.01% of final value in 110 ns for a 10 volt step.
Unlike many high frequency amplifiers, the AD841 requires no
external compensation. It remains stable over its full operating
temperature range. It also offers a low quiescent current of
12 mA maximum, a minimum output current drive capability of
50 mA, a low input voltage noise of 13 nV/ Hz and low input
offset voltage of 1 mV maximum.
The 300 V/ s slew rate of the AD841, along with its 40 MHz
gain bandwidth, ensures excellent performance in video and
pulse amplifier applications. This amplifier is well suited for use
in high frequency signal conditioning circuits and wide band-
width active filters. The extremely rapid settling time of the
REV. B
Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and
reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its
use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties
which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or
otherwise under any patent or patent rights of Analog Devices.
Wideband, Unity-Gain Stable,
Plastic DIP (N) Package
Cerdip (Q) Package
Load
AD841 makes it the preferred choice for data acquisition
applications which require 12-bit accuracy. The AD841 is
also appropriate for other applications such as high speed
DAC and ADC buffer amplifiers and other wide bandwidth
circuitry.
APPLICATION HIGHLIGHTS
1. The high slew rate and fast settling time of the AD841
make it ideal for DAC and ADC buffers, and all types
of video instrumentation circuitry.
2. The AD841 is a precision amplifier. It offers accuracy to
0.01% or better and wide bandwidth performance previ-
ously available only in hybrids.
3. The AD841’s thermally balanced layout and the speed
of the CB process allow the AD841 to settle to 0.01% in
110 ns without the long “tails” that occur with other
fast op amps.
4. Laser wafer trimming reduces the input offset voltage to
1 mV max on the K grade, thus eliminating the need for
external offset nulling in many applications. Offset null
pins are provided for additional versatility.
5. The AD841 is an enhanced replacement for the
HA2541.
One Technology Way, P.O. Box 9106, Norwood, MA 02062-9106, U.S.A.
Tel: 617/329-4700
Fast Settling Op Amp
AD841
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
TO-8 (H) Package
and
LCC (E) Package
Fax: 617/326-8703

AD841JNZ Summary of contents

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    FEATURES AC PERFORMANCE Unity-Gain Bandwidth: 40 MHz Fast Settling: 110 ns to 0.01% Slew Rate: 300 V/ s Full Power Bandwidth: 4.7 MHz for 20 V p-p into a 500 Load DC PERFORMANCE Input Offset Voltage max ...

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    AD841–SPECIFICATIONS Model Conditions 2 INPUT OFFSET VOLTAGE T –T MIN Offset Drift INPUT BIAS CURRENT T –T MIN Input Offset Current T –T MIN INPUT CHARACTERISTICS Differential Mode Input Resistance Input Capacitance INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE Common Mode Common-Mode Rejection V ...

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    ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Supply Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Internal ...

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    AD841–Typical Characteristics Figure 1. Input Common-Mode Range vs. Supply Voltage Figure 4. Quiescent Current vs. Supply Voltage Figure 7. Quiescent Current vs. Temperature (at +25 C and unless otherwise noted) S Figure 2. Output Voltage Swing ...

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    Figure 10. Open-Loop Gain and Phase Margin vs. Frequency Figure 13. Common-Mode Rejection vs. Frequency Figure 16. Harmonic Distortion vs. Frequency REV. B Figure 11. Open-Loop Gain vs. Supply Voltage Figure 14. Large Signal Frequency Response Figure 17. Slew Rate ...

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    AD841 Figure 19a. Inverting Amplifier Configuration (DIP Pinout) Figure 20a. Unity-Gain Buffer Amplifier Configuration (DIP Pinout) OFFSET NULLING The input offset voltage of the AD841 is very low for a high speed op amp, but if additional nulling is required, ...

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    Figure 22. AD841 0.01% Settling Time Expressed in these terms, the measurement of settling time is obvi- ously a challenge and needs to be done accurately to assure the user that the amplifier is worth consideration for the application. Figure ...

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    AD841 Figure 25. Circuit for Driving a Large Capacitive Load USING A HEAT SINK The AD841 draws less quiescent power than most precision high speed amplifiers and is specified for operation without a heat sink. However, when driving low impedance ...