ISL28218SOICEVAL1Z

40V Precision Single Supply Rail-to-Rail Output Low Power Op Amp Evaluation Board

Description

The ISL28218SOICEVAL1Z evaluation board is designed to evaluate the performance of the ISL28218 40V precision low power operational amplifier. The ISL28218 is a single supply rail-to-rail output, dual amplifier with ground sensing inputs that allow the common mode input voltage to swing 0.5V below the V- rail. The ISL28218 can operate from a single or dual supply with a 3V to 40V supply range. The ISL28218 features very low power, low offset voltage and low temperature drift making them ideal for applications for precision medical and instrumentation, current sensing and power supply and industrial process controls.

Key Features

  • Single supply operation: +3V to +40V
  • Dual supply operation: ±1.5V to ±20V
  • Singled-ended or differential input operation
  • 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

  • Precision instruments
  • Medical instrumentation
  • Data acquisition
  • Power supply control
  • Industrial process control

ISL28218SOICEVAL1Z 40V Precision Op Amp Eval Board

ISL28218SOICEVAL1Z 40V Precision Op Amp Eval Board

Related Products

ISL28218

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