ISL28191EVAL1Z

Single Supply, Ultra-Low Noise, Low Distortion, Rail-to-Rail Output Op Amp Eval Board

Description

The ISL28191EVAL1Z is designed to enable the IC to operate from a single supply (+3VDC to +5.5VDC) or from split supplies (±1.5VDC to ±2.75VDC). The board is configured for a single op amp connected for differential input with a closed loop gain of 10. A single external reference voltage (VREF) pin is provided, as well as a user-selectable voltage divider (filter included).

The ISL28191 amplifiers feature ultra-low noise, ultra-low distortion, and rail-to-rail output drive capability. They are designed to operate with single and dual supplies from +5.5VDC (±2.75VDC) down to +3VDC (±1.5VDC).

Key Features

  • operates from a single supply (+3VDC to +5.5VDC) or from split supplies (±1.5VDC to ±2.75VDC)
  • Configured for a single op amp connected for differential input with a closed loop gain of 10
  • Single external reference voltage (VREF) pin is provided
  • User-selectable voltage divider (filter included)

Applications

  • Low noise signal processing
  • Low noise microphones/preamplifiers
  • ADC buffers
  • DAC output amplifiers
  • Digital scales
  • Strain gauges/sensor amplifiers
  • Radio systems
  • Portable equipment
  • Infrared detectors

ISL28191EVAL1Z Ultra-Low Noise RRIO Op Amp Eval Board

ISL28191EVAL1Z Ultra-Low Noise RRIO Op Amp Eval Board

Related Products

ISL28191

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