STMicroelectronics recently unveiled the TSB182 dual operational amplifier as an ultra-precise signal conditioner aimed at providing top-tier signal conditioning performance in applications demanding top accuracy. Boasting maximum 20uV input offset voltage and an ultra-low drift of 100nV/degC over temperature with an operational range from 4V to 36V, the TSB182 stands to become an indispensable medium-voltage solution.
Precision Meets Versatility
The TSB182 stands out for its precision, stability, and remarkable supply-voltage flexibility. With operating specifications spanning from -40degC to 125degC, its performance in industrial settings to automotive applications remains consistent over its entire temperature range – with only 30uV maximum offset voltage across its full temperature range for reliable operation in critical situations.
Optimize Efficiency and Reliability by Optimizing Size Efficiency and Reliability
Engineers and designers will appreciate the TSB182’s versatile package options, such as MiniSO-8 which saves valuable board space while meeting smaller module sizes. Furthermore, this device comes equipped with AEC-Q100 qualification standards making it suitable for automotive applications that demand extreme reliability.
Perform without Compromise
The TSB182 strikes an outstanding balance between performance and efficiency. It boasts fast dynamic response with minimal power consumption – each amplifier typically draws only 650mA of current. Furthermore, its gain-bandwidth product (GBW) of 3MHz combined with an excellent 2V/us slew rate ensures minimal output distortion even across a broad frequency spectrum.
Precision in Noisy Environments
For applications where precision and sensitivity are of utmost importance, the TSB182 stands out with an ultra-low input noise voltage of 24nV/Hz. This specification meets all requirements for applications demanding the highest resolution and sensitivity, making it a top choice for sensor interfaces as well as battery-powered equipment.
Hardened for Excellence
When electromagnetic interference becomes a concern in an application environment, the TSB182 excels. Designed to withstand and excel under harsh electrical noise conditions, ensuring your application functions reliably even under demanding circumstances.
Unlock Signal Dynamic Range
The TSB182’s rail-to-rail outputs enable designers to maximize the available signal dynamic range, simplifying circuit design for applications such as sensor interfaces and battery powered devices.
STMicroelectronics’s TSB182 dual operational amplifier will offer engineers and designers with an essential tool to maximize medium-voltage applications even under demanding conditions. Boasting impressive specifications, compact package options, and versatility – making this dual operational amplifier an indispensable piece in signal conditioning applications.
What is gain-bandwidth product (GBW)
The Gain-Bandwidth Product (GBW) is a parameter used to characterize the performance of operational amplifiers (op-amps) and other analog electronic devices. It is a measure of the product of the gain (amplification) and the bandwidth (frequency range) of the device. In other words, it represents the maximum frequency at which an op-amp can provide a specified gain.
The GBW product is typically expressed in hertz (Hz) and is calculated using the following formula:
GBW = Gain × Bandwidth
Here, “Gain” refers to the amplification or voltage gain provided by the op-amp, and “Bandwidth” refers to the frequency range over which this gain is achieved.
For example, if you have an op-amp with a gain of 100,000 (100,000 times amplification) and a bandwidth of 10,000 Hz, the GBW product would be:
GBW = 100,000 × 10,000 = 1,000,000,000 Hz or 1 GHz
This means that the op-amp can provide a gain of 100,000 up to a frequency of 10,000 Hz. Beyond this frequency, the gain starts to decrease, and the op-amp’s performance is limited.
The GBW product is a critical parameter to consider when designing analog circuits, especially in applications where you need to maintain a certain gain over a specific frequency range. It helps engineers choose the right op-amp for their design to ensure it meets the required performance specifications.