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TP1564AL1 - 6MHz, 600μA, RRIO, Op Amps

Features
  • Supply Voltage: 2.5V to 6.0V

  • Supply Voltage: 2.5V to 6.0V

  • Low Supply Current: 600μA  per  channel

  • Rail to Rail Input and Output

  • Bandwidth: 6 MHz

  • Slew Rate: 4.5V/μs

  • Excellent  EMI  Suppress  Performance

  • Offset  Voltage: ±3mV  Maximum

  • Offset  Voltage Temperature  Drift: 1 μV/°C

  • Low Noise: 19 nV/√Hz  at  1kHz

  • High Output Capability: 100mA

  • –40°C to 125°C Operation  Temperature  Range

  • Green, Popular Type Package

             TP156XAL1-2: SOP-8

             TP156XAL1-4: SOP-14


Typical Application
Description

The TP156XAL1 series are CMOS dual, and quad RRIO op-amps with low offset, low power and stable high frequency response. They incorporate 3PEAK’s proprietary and patented design techniques to achieve very good AC performance with 6MHz bandwidth, 4.5V/μs slew rate and low distortion while drawing only 600μA of quiescent current per amplifier. The input common-mode voltage range extends 300mV beyond V– and V+, and the outputs swing rail-to-rail. The TP156XAL1 family can be used as plug-in replacements for many commercially available op-amps to reduce power and improve input/output range and performance.


The combination of features makes the TP156XAL1 ideal choices for motor control and portable audio amplification, sound ports, and other consumer Audio. The TP156XAL1 Op-amp is very stable, and it  is capable of driving heavy capacitive loads such as those found in LCDs. The ability to swing rail-to-rail at the inputs and outputs enables designers to buffer CMOS DACs, ASICs, or other wide output swing devices in single-supply systems.


Applications
  • White Goods

  • Motor Control



DOCUMENTATION
Datasheets
TP1561AL1-1562AL1-1564AL1
Application Notes
Others
3PEAK_Selection Guide