Op Amps Raise Speed Bar

Dec. 5, 2005
Designed for low-power video applications, the NCS25xx family of op amps delivers speeds up to 200 MHz with 0.02% differential gain, and a 0.1° differential phase. Operating at 200 MHz, the NCS2500 consumes 1.1 mA of operating current and

Designed for low-power video applications, the NCS25xx family of op amps delivers speeds up to 200 MHz with 0.02% differential gain, and a 0.1° differential phase. Operating at 200 MHz, the NCS2500 consumes 1.1 mA of operating current and specifies a typical slew rate of 450 V/μs. The device is available in SC70-5, SOT23-5, and SOIC-8 packages. Otherwise equal, the NCS2501 includes an ENABLE input to minimize battery drain. It is comes in SC70-6, SOT23-6, and SOIC-8 packages. For lower-speed designs, the NCS2502 operates at 110 MHz while consuming 650 mA. Packaging options include SC70-6, SOT23-6, and SOIC-8. The NCS2530, available in a TSSOP-16, integrates three op amps, each of which can be disabled independently. Prices range from $1.05 to $1.53 each/10,000. ON SEMICONDUCTOR, Phoenix, AZ. (800) 282-9855.

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