HS-OP470ARHEV1Z

Radiation Hardened, Very Low Noise Quad Operational Amplifier Evaluation Board

Description

The HS-OP470ARHEV1Z evaluation platform is designed to evaluate the HS-OP470ARH. The evaluation board contains all the circuitry needed to critique the performance of the HS-OP470ARH amplifier. The HS-OP470ARH is a radiation hardened, monolithic quad operational amplifier that provides highly reliable performance in harsh radiation environments. Its excellent noise characteristics coupled with an unique array of dynamic specifications make this amplifier well-suited for a variety of satellite system applications. Dielectrically isolated, bipolar process makes this device immune to single event latch-up.

Key Features

  • Dual supply operation: ±5V to ±15V
  • Singled-ended or differential input operation with gain (G = 10V/V)
  • External VREF input
  • Banana jack connectors for power supply and VREF inputs
  • BNC connectors for op amp input and output terminals
  • Convenient PCB pads for op amp input/output impedance loading

Applications

  • High Q, active filters
  • Voltage regulators
  • Integrators
  • Signal generators
  • Voltage references
  • Space environments

HS-OP470ARHEV1Z Rad Hard Quad Op Amp Eval Board

HS-OP470ARHEV1Z Rad Hard Quad Op Amp Eval Board

Related Products

HS-OP470ARH

HS-OP470AEH

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