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and 100% testing guarantee a low input offset voltage (3 mV maximum, J grade). Input offset voltage is specified in the warmed-up condition. 3. Together with precision dc performance, the AD712 offers excellent dynamic response. It settles to ±0.01% in 1 μs and has a minimum slew rate of 16 V/μs. Thus, this device is
dc offset automatically. This method was developed using the Tektronix 2012B oscilloscope. Waveforms: • Sinusoidal • Common frequency Method: • Display the two traces in voltage v. time mode, along with the product trace in voltage2 v. time mode. Use ac coupling. • Fit the traces in the screen vertically.
However, the voltage drop across the sensing resistor may become low enough to be comparable to the input offset voltage of subsequent analog conditioning circuit, which would compromise the measurement accuracy. In addition, the current sensing resistor’s inherent inductance must be low, if the measured current has a large high-frequency ...
0.35 mV maximum offset voltage Balanced outputs Settling time to 0.1%: 34 ns Rail-to-rail output: −V S + 0.1 V to +V S − 0.1 V Adjustable output common-mode voltage Flexible power supplies: 3 V to 7 V (LFCSP) Disable pin to reduce power consumption ADA4940-1 is available in LFCSP and SOIC packages APPLICATIONS Low power PulSAR®/SAR ADC drivers
• Low input offset voltage: 2mV • Wide power supply range: o Single supply: 3V to 32V o Dual supplies: ±1.5V to ±16V • Large output voltage swing: 0V to V+ - 1.5V • SOP-8L packaging • “Green” Molding Compound (No Br, Sb) • Lead Free Finish/ RoHS Compliant (Note 1) Pin Assignments ...
Low-Voltage Bandgap References The basic bandgap expression, VV BE +17.,2 T takes on a value of about 1.25 V at T = 300K, defying direct implementation in today’s low-voltage technologies. We describe one low-voltage example and refer the reader to  and  for others. For a low-voltage bandgap reference to have a zero TC, it must produce an