LM613IWM

Manufacturer Part NumberLM613IWM
DescriptionIC, OP-AMP, 800KHZ, 0.7V/µs, SOIC-16
ManufacturerNational Semiconductor
LM613IWM datasheet
 

Specifications of LM613IWM

Op Amp TypeLow Bias CurrentNo. Of Amplifiers2
Bandwidth800kHzSlew Rate0.7V/µs
Supply Voltage Range4V To 36VAmplifier Case StyleSOIC
No. Of Pins16Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusContains lead / RoHS non-compliant
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LM613
Dual Operational Amplifiers, Dual Comparators, and
Adjustable Reference
General Description
The LM613 consists of dual op-amps, dual comparators, and
a programmable voltage reference in a 16-pin package. The
op-amps out-performs most single-supply op-amps by pro-
viding higher speed and bandwidth along with low supply
current. This device was specifically designed to lower cost
and board space requirements in transducer, test, measure-
ment, and data acquisition systems.
Combining a stable voltage reference with wide output swing
op-amps makes the LM613 ideal for single supply transduc-
ers, signal conditioning and bridge driving where large
common-mode-signals are common. The voltage reference
consists of a reliable band-gap design that maintains low
dynamic output impedance (1Ω typical), excellent initial tol-
erance (0.6%), and the ability to be programmed from 1.2V
to 6.3V via two external resistors. The voltage reference is
very stable even when driving large capacitive loads, as are
commonly encountered in CMOS data acquisition systems.
As a member of National’s Super-Block
is a space-saving monolithic alternative to a multi-chip solu-
tion, offering a high level of integration without sacrificing
performance.
Connection Diagrams
Top View
*10k must be low
t.c. trimpot
Super-Block
is a trademark of National Semiconductor Corporation.
© 2004 National Semiconductor Corporation
Features
OP AMP
n Low operating current (Op Amp): 300 µA
n Wide supply voltage range: 4V to 36V
n Wide common-mode range: V
n Wide differential input voltage:
n Available in plastic package rated for Military Temp.
Range Operation
REFERENCE
n Adjustable output voltage: 1.2V to 6.3V
n Tight initial tolerance available:
n Wide operating current range: 17 µA to 20 mA
n Tolerant of load capacitance
Applications
n Transducer bridge driver
n Process and mass flow control systems
family, the LM613
n Power supply voltage monitor
n Buffered voltage references for A/D’s
00922601
Ultra Low Noise, 10.00V Reference.
Total output noise is typically 14 µV
DS009226
August 2000
+
to (V
− 1.8V)
±
36V
±
0.6%
E Package Pinout
00922648
.
RMS
00922643
www.national.com

LM613IWM Summary of contents

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    ... Connection Diagrams Top View *10k must be low t.c. trimpot Super-Block ™ trademark of National Semiconductor Corporation. © 2004 National Semiconductor Corporation Features OP AMP n Low operating current (Op Amp): 300 µA n Wide supply voltage range 36V n Wide common-mode range Wide differential input voltage: n Available in plastic package rated for Military Temp ...

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    ... Absolute Maximum Ratings If Military/Aerospace specified devices are required, please contact the National Semiconductor Sales Office/ Distributors for availability and specifications. Voltage on Any Pin Except V R − (referred to V pin) (Note 2) (Note 3) Current through Any Input Pin & V Pin R Differential Input Voltage ...

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    Electrical Characteristics − These specifications apply for V = GND = 0V, V unless otherwise specified. Limits in standard typeface are for T Temperature Range. Symbol Parameter OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS PSRR Power Supply Rejection Ratio A Open Loop V Voltage Gain ...

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    Electrical Characteristics − These specifications apply for V = GND = 0V, V unless otherwise specified. Limits in standard typeface are for T Temperature Range. Symbol Parameter COMPARATORS I Output Leakage LEAK Current VOLTAGE REFERENCE V Voltage Reference R Average ...

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    Electrical Characteristics Note 1: Absolute maximum ratings indicate limits beyond which damage to the component may occur. Electrical specifications do not apply when operating the device beyond its rated operating conditions. + Note 2: Input voltage above V is allowed. ...

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    Simplified Schematic Diagrams www.national.com Op Amp Comparator Reference/Bias 6 00922602 00922603 00922604 ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Reference 25˚C, FEEDBACK pin shorted otherwise noted Reference Voltage vs Temp. Accelerated Reference Voltage Drift vs Time Reference Voltage vs Current and Temperature − = 0V, unless 00922649 00922651 00922653 7 Reference ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Reference) 0V, unless otherwise noted (Continued) Reference Voltage vs Reference Current FEEDBACK Current vs FEEDBACK-to-Anode Voltage Reference Noise Voltage vs Frequency www.national.com T J 00922655 FEEDBACK Current vs FEEDBACK-to-Anode Voltage 00922657 Reference Small-Signal Resistance vs Frequency 00922659 ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Reference) 0V, unless otherwise noted (Continued) Reference Power-Up Time Reference Voltage with 100 ∼ 12 µA Current Step Reference Voltage Change with Supply Voltage Step T J FEEDBACK Voltage Step 00922661 Reference Step Response 00922663 Common-Mode Voltage ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Op Amps) + − 5V GND = 0V 25˚C, unless otherwise noted Input Common-Mode Voltage Range vs Temperature Input Bias Current vs Common-Mode Voltage Output Voltage Swing vs Temp. ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Op Amps / 25˚C, unless otherwise noted (Continued) J Output Sink Current vs Output Voltage Output Impedance vs Frequency and Gain Small-Signal Pulse Response vs Load + V = 5V, V 00922673 ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Op Amps / 25˚C, unless otherwise noted (Continued Amp Current Noise vs Frequency Small-Signal Voltage Gain vs Frequency and Load Common-Mode Input Voltage Rejection Ratio www.national.com + V Small-Signal Voltage ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Op Amps / 25˚C, unless otherwise noted (Continued) J Positive Power Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio Slew Rate vs Temperature Input Bias Current vs Junction Temperature + V 00922685 00922687 00922689 13 − ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Comparators) Output Sink Current Comparator Response Times — Inverting Input, Positive Transition www.national.com Input Bias Current vs Common-Mode Voltage 00922610 Response Times — Inverting Input, Negative Transition 00922612 14 00922611 Comparator 00922613 ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Comparators) Comparator Response Times — Non-Inverting Input, Positive Transition Comparator Response Times — Inverting Input, Positive Transition Response Times — Non-Inverting Input, Negative Transition 00922614 Response Times — Inverting Input, Negative Transition 00922616 15 (Continued) Comparator 00922615 ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics (Comparators) Comparator Response Times — Non-Inverting Input, Positive Transition Typical Performance Distributions Average V Drift OS Military Temperature Range www.national.com Response Times — Non-Inverting Input, Negative Transition 00922618 Average V Industrial Temperature Range 00922620 16 (Continued) Comparator ...

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    Typical Performance Distributions Average V Drift OS Commercial Temperature Range Average I Drift OS Industrial Temperature Range (Continued) Average I Military Temperature Range 00922622 Op Amp Voltage Noise Distribution 00922624 17 Drift OS 00922623 00922627 www.national.com ...

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    Typical Performance Distributions Average I Drift OS Commercial Temperature Range Voltage Reference Broad-Band Noise Distribution Application Information VOLTAGE REFERENCE Reference Biasing The voltage reference shunt regulator topology that models as a simple zener diode. With current I ...

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    Application Information 00922631 FIGURE 3. 1.2V Reference Capacitors in parallel with the reference are allowed. See the Reference AC Stability Range typical curve for capacitance values — from 20 µ any capacitor value is stable. With the ...

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    Application Information FIGURE 8. Diode in Series with R1 Causes Voltage Across R1 and Proportional to Absolute Temperature (PTAT) Connecting a resistor across Cathode-to-FEEDBACK cre- ates current source, but a range of TCs may ...

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    Application Information Comparator Output Stage The comparators, like the LM139 series, have open-collector output stages. A pull-up resistor must be added from each output pin to a positive voltage for the output transistor to switch properly. When the output transistor ...

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    Typical Applications FIGURE 13. High Speed Level Shifter. Response time is approximately 1.5 µs, where output is either approximately +V or −V. *10k must be low t.c. trimpot FIGURE 14. Ultra Low Noise, 10.00V Reference. Total output noise is typically ...

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    ... Note 14: A military RETS 613AMX electrical test specification is available on request. The Military screened parts can also be procured as a Standard Military Drawing. 00922645 00922646 Temperature Range Military Industrial ≤ +125˚C −40˚C ≤ T ≤ +85˚ LM613IWM LM613IWMX 23 00922647 FIGURE 18. Comparator with + Hysteresis (∆V = V(1k/1M)) H NSC Package Drawing 16-Pin ...

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    ... Physical Dimensions unless otherwise noted www.national.com inches (millimeters) 16-Lead Ceramic Dual-In-Line Package (J) Order Number LM613AMJ/883 NS Package Number J16A 16-Lead Small Outline Package (WM) Order Number LM613IWM or LM613IWMX NS Package Number M16B 24 ...

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    ... BANNED SUBSTANCE COMPLIANCE National Semiconductor certifies that the products and packing materials meet the provisions of the Customer Products Stewardship Specification (CSP-9-111C2) and the Banned Substances and Materials of Interest Specification (CSP-9-111S2) and contain no ‘‘Banned Substances’’ as defined in CSP-9-111S2. ...