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INA126 Micro Power Instrumentation Amplifier IC DIP-8 Package

INA126 Micro Power Instrumentation Amplifier IC DIP-8 Package

INA126 Micro Power Instrumentation Amplifier IC DIP-8 Package

Availability: In stock

Brand: Generic

SKU: RM017814

₹ 388.00
Warehouse Code: R0000-S00-P00

Product Highlights

  • Number of channels: 1
  • Vs (Max) : 36
  • Vs (Min) : 2.7
  • Input offset: 250 V
  • CMRR (Min) : 83 dBm
  • Input offset drift :3 uV/C
  • Input bias current : 25 nA

The INA126 is a precision instrumentation amplifier for accurate, low noise differential-signal acquisition. Their two-op-amp design provides excellent performance with low quiescent current (175 μA/channel). Combined with a wide operating voltage range of ±1.35 V to ±18 V, makes the INA126 is ideal for portable instrumentation and data acquisition systems.


Gain can be set from 5 V/V to 10000 V/V with a single external resistor. Laser-trimmed input circuitry provides low offset voltage (250-μV maximum), low offset voltage drift (3-μV/°C maximum), and excellent common-mode rejection.


Single version package options include 8-pin plastic PDIP, SOIC-8, and fine-pitch VSSOP-8 surface-mount. Dual version is available in 16-pin plastic PDIP, SOIC-8, and the space-saving, fine-pitch SSOP-16 surface-mount. All are specified for the –40°C to +85°C industrial temperature range.


Features:

  1.  Low Quiescent Current: 175 μA/channel
  2.  Wide Supply Range: ±1.35 V to ±18 V
  3.   Low Offset Voltage: 250-μV Maximum
  4.  Low Offset Drift: 3-μV/°C Maximum
  5.  Low Noise: 35 nV/√Hz
  6. Low Input Bias Current: 25-nA Maximum
  7.  8-Pin PDIP, SOIC, VSSOP Surface-Mount Dual: 16-Pin PDIP, SOIC, SSOP


Specifications:

  1. Number of channels (#): 1
  2. Vs (Max) : 36
  3. Vs (Min) : 2.7
  4. Input offset: 250 V
  5. CMRR (Min) : 83 dBm
  6. Input offset drift :3 uV/C
  7. Input bias current : 25 nA
  8. Bandwidth at min gain : 0.2 MHz
  9. Operating temperature range : -55 to 125 Degree Celcius
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