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Tiny Op Amp Draws 20% Less Current

Claiming to draw 20% less current than comparable op amps, the MIC861 operates from 5V down to 2.7V and consumes 4.6 µA. In a small SC-70 package, the device provides a -3 dB bandwidth of 650 kHz and a 400 kHz gain-bandwidth product. Other features include a 0.12 V/µs slew rate, typical input offset voltage of 2 mV, large signal gain of 83 dB, 85 dB PSRR, 80 dB CMRR, and unity gain stability. Price is $1.02 each 1,000. MICREL SEMICONDUCTOR, INC., San Jose, CA. (408) 944-0800.


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