Part Number: LMC6041 Dear Daneil,
Following picture is the test circuit and result of our measurement by using “Capacitor charging” method。In the measurement, we used a special switch. It is made by myself, The insulation resistance is 10e18 OHM. So this…
Part Number: LMC6041 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA344 , OPA347 , TLV2370 I have a variable frequency a.c. signal (0-100kHz, max 5V pk-to-pk) which is biased so that it is oscillating either side of a 2.5V d.c. offset. Therefore, the signal swings…
Part Number: LMC6041 The LM6041 is used as input IC for very high gain (100Tohm) transimpedance amplifier. The noise characteristics vary between different ICs, some showing very low noise and others much noisier with large transient jumps. Need to know…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMP7721 , LMC6041 Hi,
I am looking for replacement of LMC6041 (single micro power operational amplifier) and LMP7721 (low input bias current precision amplifier) at high temperature.
The above two can operate upto 125°C…
Please check out OPA244 and LMC6041. Both these devices are available in single channel 8-Pin SO package. I've included few specs below, but I would highly recommend going over the datasheets.
Unfortunately from your list, only the LMC6041 (which is the one in my circuit) and OPA130 will operate from +/-5V. As I said in my original post, I do need a wide dynamic range as close to +/-5V as possible. OPA130 is faster than LMC6041…
The LMC6001 is based off the LMC6081, with layout improvements to improve bias current yield.
The LMC6041 is the micropower version of the LMC6081, so the noise will be higher since micro-power parts are noisier than their "normal" power counterparts…
Please refer to the following article series authored by my colleague Paul Grohe.
Given your supply voltages you may want to consider the LMC6041.
Dear Technical Support Team,
Can LMC6041IN accept ± 1.5V with ± 5V supply?
Datasheet shows Absolute Maximum Ratings below.
Differential Input Voltage ± Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage (V+ − V − ) 16V
But I couldn't find Vcm…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMC6081 , LMC6061 , LMC6041 , LMC6442 , TLV2461 Hi,
I've been testing a photodiode integrator circuit with some different op-amps. The circuit integrates the charge from the photodiode for a period of time and then the feedback…