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LMV861/LMV881 input resistance

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Hi

We are about to replace AD823 with TI product.

Additionally, we want to the following requirement.

- Input capacitance > 20pF

-Input resistance > 10Mohm

-Small package (smaller than 1.6mm x 2.9mm if possible)

We found the LMV861 and LMV881, but we can not get input resistance value on the datasheet.

1. LMV861 and LMV881 have Cin spec as follows

LMV861

Common mode input capacitance : 20pF

Differential mode input capacitance : 15pF

LMV881

Common mode input capacitance : 5pF

Differential mode input capacitance : 15pF

LMV881 has small value of common mode input capacitance than differential mode.  Is that correct?

2. What is the input resistance of LMV861 and LMV881?

BestRegards

  • Hello NaNa,

    Both devices are CMOS inputs, so the input impedance will be in the tera-Ohms, so both will easily meet the 10Meg requirement.

    Regards

    Regards,

    Paul Grohe

    TI Comparators (CMPS) Applications Group

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    In reply to Paul Grohe:

    Hi Paul

    Thank you for your reply.

    Sorry, let me confirm the following.

    The description of Common mode input capacitance and Differential mode input capacitance value for LMV861 and LMV881 are as of the datasheet, right?

    BestRegards
  • In reply to na na78:

    Hello,

    Yes. The LMV881 is based on the LMV861 core, but reduced in speed to save some current and added shutdown.

    Both devices have EMI input filters, which contributes to a large portion of the input capacitance.

    The input EMI filter of the 881 was modified to reduce CM capacitance as requested by the original customer.

    Regards,

    Regards,

    Paul Grohe

    TI Comparators (CMPS) Applications Group

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