Zero-drift op amp with EMI filtering minimizes HF interference

Zero-drift op amp with EMI filtering minimizes HF interference

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By Rich Pell

The MCP6V51 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.

Designed to provide accurate, stable data from a variety of sensors, the device has a self-correcting zero-drift architecture that enables direct current precision with a maximum offset of ±15 microvolts and ±36 nanovolts per degree Celsius (nV/°C) of maximum offset drift. The maximum quiescent current is 590 microamps.

The part has a gain-bandwidth product of 2MHz and the wide voltage range makes the same part suitable for industrial programmable logic controllers whether they are running on voltage rails of 12V, 24V or 36V.

The MCP6V51 is available today for sampling and volume production in both 5-lead SOT-23 and 8-lead MSOP packages.

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