What is OPA347?
This is a type of operational amplifier (op-amp) that is commonly used in electronic circuits. It is manufactured by Texas Instruments and is designed to have low input offset voltage and low input bias current, making it suitable for precision applications.
Function: microPower, Rail-to-Rail Operational Amplifier
Package: SO-14 and the TSSOP-14 type
Manufacturer: Burr-Brown -> Texas Instruments
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It also has a wide supply voltage range and low quiescent current, making it suitable for battery-powered applications. The OPA347 is commonly used in applications such as sensor signal conditioning, data acquisition systems, and low-power instrumentation.
The OPA347 is a microPower, low-cost operational amplifier available in micropackages. The small size and low power consumption (34µA per chan nel maximum) of the OPA347 make it ideal for portable and battery-powered applications. The input range of the IC extends 200mV beyond the rails, and the output range is within 5mV of the rails. The device also features an excellent speed/power ratio with a bandwidth of 350kHz.
1. LOW IQ: 20µA
2. microSIZE PACKAGES: WCSP-8, SC70-5 SOT23-5, SOT23-8, and TSSOP-14
3. HIGH SPEED/POWER RATIO WITH BANDWIDTH: 350kHz
4. RAIL-TO-RAIL INPUT AND OUTPUT
5. SINGLE SUPPLY: 2.3V to 5.5V
Other data sheets are available within the file:
OPA2347EA/250, OPA2347EA/250G4, OPA2347EA/3K, OPA2347EA/3KG4