The ISL282x7SOICEVAL2Z evaluation boards contain all the circuitry needed to characterize critical performance parameters of the ISL28207, ISL28217 and ISL28227 operational amplifiers in SOIC-8 packages, using a variety of user defined test circuits.
The ISL282x7 operational amplifiers feature low bias current, low noise, and low offset and temperature drift.
- Operate from a single supply, +4.5VDC to +40VDC or from split supplies, ±2.25VDC to ±20V
- Configured for a dual op amp connected for differential input with a closed loop gain of 10
- Includes a single external reference voltage (VREF) pin and provisions for a user-selectable voltage divider - filter
- Precision instruments
- Medical instrumentation
- Active filter blocks
- Data acquisition
- Power supply control
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