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These new High Precision Single Supply Op-Amps are Ideal for Many Applications

Analog Devices, has introduced new high precision single supply op-amps that can be used for multiple applications. The OP777, OP727 and OP747 are precision single, dual and quad rail-to-rail output single supply amplifiers featuring micropower operation and rail to rail output ranges. These amplifiers provide improved performance over the industry standard OP07 with ±15V supplies and offer the further advantages of true single supply operation down to +2.7V and smaller package options than any other high voltage precision bipolar amplifier. Outputs are stable with capacitive loads of over 1000pF. Supply current is less than 300....A per amplifier at 5V. 500 series resistors protect the inputs, allowing input signal levels several volts above the positive supply without phase reversal.

The company's Web site address is http://www.analog.com/.

[Reprinted with kind permission from Analogue Devices Inc.]


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