LMC6482QML

Manufacturer Part NumberLMC6482QML
ManufacturerTexas Instruments
LMC6482QML datasheet
 


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LMC6482QML
LMC6482QML CMOS Dual Rail-To-Rail Input and Output Operational Amplifier
Literature Number: SNOSAR9

LMC6482QML Summary of contents

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    ... LMC6482QML LMC6482QML CMOS Dual Rail-To-Rail Input and Output Operational Amplifier Literature Number: SNOSAR9 ...

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    ... See the LMC6484 data sheet for a Quad CMOS operational amplifier with these same features. Ordering Information NS Part Number LMC6482AMJ/883 Connection Diagram © 2010 National Semiconductor Corporation LMC6482QML Features (Typical unless otherwise noted) ■ Rail-to-Rail Input Common-Mode Voltage Range (Guaranteed Over Temperature) ■ ...

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    Single Supply Buffer Circuit Rail-To-Rail Input 20160701 www.national.com Rail-To-Rail Output 20160702 2 20160703 ...

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    Absolute Maximum Ratings Supply Voltage (V + − V − ) Differential Input Voltage Voltage at Input/Output Pin Current at Input Pin (Note 9) Current at Output Pin (Note 4), (Note Current at Power Supply Pin Maximum Junction Temperature (T ...

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    LMC6482 Electrical Characteristics DC Parameters The following conditions apply, unless otherwise specified. V Symbol Parameter V Input Offset Voltage IO I Input Bias Current IB I Input Offset Current IO CMRR Common Mode Rejection Ratio Positive Power Supply Rejection +PSRR ...

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    AC Parameters The following conditions apply, unless otherwise specified. V Symbol Parameter SR Slew Rate GBW Gain Bandwidth Note 1: Absolute Maximum Ratings indicate limits beyond which damage to the device may occur. Operating Ratings indicate conditions for which the ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics Supply Current vs. Supply Voltage Sourcing Current vs. Output Voltage Sourcing Current vs. Output Voltage www.national.com V = +15V, Single Supply Input Current vs. Temperature 20160740 Sourcing Current vs. Output Voltage 20160742 Sinking Current vs. ...

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    Sinking Current vs. Output Voltage 20160746 Output Voltage Swing vs. Supply Voltage 20160748 Input Voltage Noise vs. Input Voltage 20160750 Sinking Current vs. Output Voltage Input Voltage Noise vs. Frequency Input Voltage Noise vs. Input Voltage 7 20160747 20160749 20160751 ...

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    Input Voltage Noise vs. Input Voltage Crosstalk Rejection vs. Frequency Negative PSRR vs. Frequency www.national.com Crosstalk Rejection vs. Frequency 20160752 Positive PSRR vs. Frequency 20160754 CMRR vs. Frequency 20160756 8 20160753 20160755 20160757 ...

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    CMRR vs. Input Voltage 20160758 CMRR vs. Input Voltage 20160760 ΔV vs. CMR OS 20160762 CMRR vs. Input Voltage ΔV vs. CMR OS Input Voltage vs. Output Voltage 9 20160759 20160761 20160763 www.national.com ...

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    Input Voltage vs. Output Voltage Open Loop Frequency Response Maximum Output Swing vs. Frequency www.national.com Open Loop Frequency Response 20160764 Open Loop Frequency Response vs. Temperature 20160766 Gain and Phase vs. Capacitive Load 20160768 10 20160765 20160767 20160769 ...

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    Gain and Phase vs. Capacitive Load Open Loop Output Impedance vs. Frequency Non-Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response Open Loop Output Impedance vs. Frequency 20160770 Slew Rate vs. Supply Voltage 20160772 Non-Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response 20160774 11 20160771 20160773 20160775 ...

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    Non-Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response Non-Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response www.national.com Non-Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response 20160776 Non-Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response 20160778 Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response 20160780 12 20160777 20160779 20160781 ...

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    Inverting Large Signal Pulse Response 20160782 Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response 20160784 Stability vs. Capacitive Load 20160786 Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response Inverting Small Signal Pulse Response Stability vs. Capacitive Load 13 20160783 20160785 20160787 www.national.com ...

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    Stability vs. Capacitive Load Stability vs. Capacitive Load www.national.com Stability vs. Capacitive Load 20160788 Stability vs. Capacitive Load 20160790 14 20160789 20160791 ...

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    Application Information 1.0 AMPLIFIER TOPOLOGY The LMC6482 incorporates specially designed wide-compli- ance range current mirrors and the body effect to extend input common mode range to each supply rail. Complementary paralleled differential input stages, like the type used in other ...

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    FIGURE 5. Pulse Response of the LMC6482 Circuit in Improved frequency response is achieved by indirectly driving capacitive loads, as shown in Figure FIGURE 6. LMC6482 Noninverting Amplifier, Compensated to Handle a 330pF Capacitive Load R1 and C1 serve to ...

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    PRINTED-CIRCUIT-BOARD LAYOUT FOR HIGH- IMPEDANCE WORK It is generally recognized that any circuit which must operate with less than 1000pA of leakage current requires special layout of the PC board. When one wishes to take advantage of the ultra-low ...

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    OFFSET VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT Offset voltage adjustment circuits are illustrated in Figure 13. Large value resistances and potentiometers are used to reduce power consumption while providing typically ±2.5mV of adjustment range, referred to the input, for both configurations with V ...

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    FIGURE 14. Operating from the same Supply Voltage, the LMC6482 buffers the ADC12038 maintaining excellent accuracy 19 20160728 www.national.com ...

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    INSTRUMENTATION CIRCUITS The LMC6482 has the high input impedance, large common- mode range and high CMRR needed for designing instru- mentation circuits. Instrumentation circuits designed with the LMC6482 can reject a larger range of common-mode signals than most in-amps. ...

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    Typical Single-Supply Applications FIGURE 17. Half-Wave Rectifier with Input Current Protection (RI) FIGURE 18. Half-Wave Rectifier Waveform The circuit in Figure 17 uses a single supply to half wave rec- tify a sinusoid centered about ground amplifier caused ...

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    FIGURE 23. Low Voltage Peak Detector with Rail-to-Rail Peak Capture Range In Figure 23 dielectric absorption and leakage is minimized by using a polystyrene or polyethylene hold capacitor. The droop rate is primarily determined by the value of C The ...

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    Revision History Released Revision 12/08/2010 A New Release, Corporate format Section 1 MDS data sheet converted into one Corp. data sheet format. MNLMC6482AM-X Rev 0A0 will be archived. 23 Changes www.national.com ...

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    Physical Dimensions www.national.com inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted 8-Pin Ceramic Dual-In-Line Package NS Package Number J08A 24 ...

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    Notes 25 www.national.com ...

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