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MIC820 Micrel Semiconductor Teeny Ultra Low Power Op Amp Datasheet

MIC820BC5


Micrel Semiconductor
MIC820
MIC820
Part Number MIC820
Manufacturer Micrel Semiconductor
Description The MIC820 is a rail-to-rail output, operational amplifier in Teeny™ SC70 packaging. The MIC820 provides 5MHz, -3dB bandwidth while consuming an incredibly low 22µA supply current. The SC70 packaging achieves significant board space savings over devices packaged in SOT-23 or MSOP-8 packaging. The SC...
Features







• Teeny™ SC70 packaging 5MHz,
  –3dB bandwidth product 4MHz gain-bandwidth product 22µA supply current Rail-to-Rail output Ground sensing at input common mode to GND Common mode to GND Drive large capactive loads Applications
• Portable equipment Ordering Information Part Number MIC820BC5 Marking Junction Temp. Range* A25
  –40°C to +85°C Package SC70-5 Pin Configuration IN
  – 3 Functional Pinout V
  – 2 IN+ 1 IN
  – V
  – 2 IN+ 1 Part Identification 3 A25 4 5 4 5 OUT V+ OUT V+ SC-70 Teeny is a trademark of Micrel, Inc. Micrel, Inc.
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