Texas Instruments keeps power low, working with voltages as low as 1.8V. The OPA333 uses auto-zeroing techniques to simultaneously provide two microVolt offset and quiescent current of 17 microAmps. High-impedance inputs offer a common-mode range 100mV beyond both rails, with rail-to-rail output that swings within 100mV of the rail.
The CMOS parts also maintain minimal drift over time and temperature. Common-mode rejection ratio doesn't have the crossover errors often associated with many complementary input stages. Auto-zeroing techniques provide very low offset voltage and near-zero drift over time and temperature. SC70, SOT23-5 and SO-8 packages are priced at $0.95 in 1,000 piece orders. For more information on TI's analog and mixed signal products, go to http://rbi.ims.ca/ 4924-531.
Design collaboration now includes the entire value chain. From suppliers to customers, purchasing to outside experts, the collaborative design team includes internal and external groups. The design process now stretches across the globe in multiple software formats.
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