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The EL5211T is a high voltage rail-to-rail input-output amplifier with low power consumption. The EL5211T contains two amplifiers. Each amplifier exhibits beyond the rail input capability, rail-to-rail output capability and is unity gain stable. The maximum operating voltage range is from 4. 5V to 19V. It can be configured for single or dual supply operation, and typically consumes only 3mA per amplifier. The EL5211T has an output short circuit capability of ±300mA and a continuous output current capability of ±65mA. The EL5211T features a high slew rate of 100V/µs, and fast settling time. Also, the device provides common mode input capability beyond the supply rails, rail-to-rail output capability, and a bandwidth of 60MHz (-3dB). This enables the amplifiers to offer maximum dynamic range at any supply voltage. These features make the EL5211T an ideal amplifier solution for use in TFT-LCD panels as a VCOM driver or static gamma buffer, and in high speed filtering and signal conditioning applications. Other applications include battery power and portable devices, especially where low power consumption is important. The EL5211T is available in a thermally enhanced 8 Ld HMSOP package, and a thermally enhanced 8 Ld DFN package. Both feature a standard operational amplifier pinout. The device operates over an ambient temperature range of -40°C to +85°C.


  • 60MHz (-3dB) Bandwidth
  • 4.5V to 19V Maximum Supply Voltage Range
  • 100V/µs Slew Rate
  • 3mA Supply Current (per Amplifier)
  • ±65mA Continuous Output Current
  • ±300mA Output Short Circuit Current
  • Unity-gain Stable
  • Beyond the Rails Input Capability
  • Rail-to-rail Output Swing
  • Built-in Thermal Protection
  • -40°C to +85°C Ambient Temperature Range
  • Pb-Free (RoHS Compliant)




  • TFT-LCD Panels
  • VCOM Amplifiers
  • Static Gamma Buffers
  • Drivers for A/D Converters
  • Data Acquisition
  • Video Processing
  • Audio Processing
  • Active Filters
  • Test Equipment
  • Battery-powered Applications
  • Portable Equipment


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