OP Amp Provides EMI Filtering

Microchip Technology’s MCP6V51 zero-drift operational amplifier (op amp) provides ultra-high-precision measurement while minimizing the increasing influence of high-frequency interference by offering a wide operating range and on-chip electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters. The growth of industrial control and factory automation has led to an uptick in the number of sensors that need to be monitored, and the MCP6V51 amplifier is designed to provide accurate, stable data from a variety of sensors.

 

The device’s self-correcting zero-drift architecture enables ultra-high direct current (DC) precision, providing a maximum offset of ±15 µV and ±36 nV/°C of maximum offset drift. Suitable for applications such as factory automation, process control and building automation, the MCP6V51 also supports a wide operating voltage range from 4.5V to 45V.

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The MCP6V51 is available today for sampling and volume production in both 5-lead SOT-23 and 8-lead MSOP packages. Prices begin at $0.98 each/10,000 for the SOT-23-5 package. For deeper illuminations, checkout the MCP6V51 datasheet and/or call 888-624-7435.

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