Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00777, OPA828, OPA827, OPA2727
I am considering using OPA2156 as an active integrator. I would like to ask what the absolute maximum ratings for signal input pins' voltage differential means in the datasheet.
Does that mean the voltage across + terminal and -terminal of the ampifier? If so, the differential voltage should be less than 0.5 V while operating?
I refered to TIDA-00777 to design op amp-based active integrator, where low offset, offset drift, bias current, and voltage noise density are important factors. Considering these, I found that OPA2156 is good for our design. Our target is as follows: GBW > 20 MHz, max. differential voltage = 2 V. If it is true that the differential voltage is limited to 0.5 V, I have to search for other op amps. If you do not mind, could you please recommend suitable op amp options that have similar features of OPA2156? I am also considering OPA2727 as an alternative. I look forward to your reply. Thank you.