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TLC271 vs TLV271

Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLC271, TLV271, TLV2371


What is the difference between TLV271 and TLC271?

TLV271 can be changed at TLC271?

What can I substitute for TLC271?

thank you

  • Hi Henry,

    The TLV271 is a newer operational amplifier quite similar in performance to the TLC271, but produced on a more modern CMOS process. It can be used with a lower minimum supply of 2.7 V over the temperature range of -40 C to +125 C (grade dependent). The TLV271 has some lower supply voltage limitations dependent on the temperature range. Another benefit of the TLV271 is its output is rated as rail-to-rail, which means the output can swing closer to the power supply rails than can be done with the TLC271. That might be important in some applications. You should be able to use the TLV271 in place of the TLC271 without any circuit changes.

    There is a very similar operational amplifier to the TLV271, the TLV2371. You can use it as a substitute if needed.

    Regards, Thomas

    PA - Linear Applications Engineering