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OPA2333AIDGKR

1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp 8-VSSOP -40 to 125

Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Price Range $1.4800 / $4.1630

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OPA2333AQDGKRQ1 Amplifier Circuits Automotive catalog 1.8V, 17uA, 2uV, microPOWER CMOS Zero-Drift Series Operational Amplifier 8-VSSOP Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AQDGKRQ1
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OPA2333AIDGKTG4 Amplifier Circuits 1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp 8-VSSOP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AIDGKTG4
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OPA2333AIDG4 Amplifier Circuits 1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp 8-SOIC -40 to 125 Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AIDG4
OPA2333AIDGKTG4 Amplifier Circuits 1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp 8-VSSOP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AIDGKTG4
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OPA2333AQDGKRQ1 Amplifier Circuits Automotive catalog 1.8V, 17uA, 2uV, microPOWER CMOS Zero-Drift Series Operational Amplifier 8-VSSOP Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AQDGKRQ1
OPA2333AIDGKT Amplifier Circuits 1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp 8-VSSOP -40 to 125 Texas Instruments OPA2333AIDGKR vs OPA2333AIDGKT

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Datasheets & Reference Designs

Reference Designs

  • Data Acquisition Block for ECG Systems, discrete LEAD I ECG implementation Reference Design
    TIPD116: This TI Verified Design is for Electrocardiography (ECG), the measurement of the electrical activity of the heart, a method that requires a precision analog front end instrumentation gain stage, filtering, and high resolution digital conversion. This design features the methodology for achieving a LEAD I ECG measurement system designed from discrete analog components. Ultra low power is optimized by an instrumentation front end using an OPA2333 and is digitized by the 18 bit ADS8881. See more TI Precision Designs
  • TIPD116 Data Acquisition Block for ECG Systems, discrete LEAD I ECG implementation Reference Design | TI.com
    TIPD116: This TI Verified Design is for Electrocardiography (ECG), the measurement of the electrical activity of the heart, a method that requires a precision analog front end instrumentation gain stage, filtering, and high resolution digital conversion. This design features the methodology for achieving a LEAD I ECG measurement system designed from discrete analog components. Ultra low power is optimized by an instrumentation front end using an OPA2333 and is digitized by the 18 bit ADS8881. See more TI Precision Designs
  • High-Side V-I Converter, 0-2V to 0-100mA, 1% Full Scale Error
    TIPD102: This Verified Design delivers a well-regulated current to a ground-referenced load that could be used for actuators, sensors, motors, and many other applications. The design utilizes a two-stage approach to allow the high-side current source to accept a ground-referenced input. The first stage uses an op amp and n-channel MOSFET to translate the ground-referenced input to a supply-referenced signal. The supply-referenced signal drives the second stage op amp that controls the gate of a p-channel MOSFET to regulate the load current. The OPA2333 is used for both stages of the design because of the low quiescent current, rail-to-rail input/output, and zero-drift chopper technology. The rail-to-rail input stage includes voltages that exceed both supply rails so there is no loss or "dead-zone" when used as a low-side sink for the first stage or as a high-side source for the second stage. The rail-to-rail output ensures that the op amp is able to successfully turn off the active devices ensuring low zero-scale currents. The zero-drift architecture allows for precision DC performance over temperature. See more TI Precision Designs
  • TIPD102 High-Side V-I Converter, 0-2V to 0-100mA, 1% Full Scale Error | TI.com
    TIPD102: This Verified Design delivers a well-regulated current to a ground-referenced load that could be used for actuators, sensors, motors, and many other applications. The design utilizes a two-stage approach to allow the high-side current source to accept a ground-referenced input. The first stage uses an op amp and n-channel MOSFET to translate the ground-referenced input to a supply-referenced signal. The supply-referenced signal drives the second stage op amp that controls the gate of a p-channel MOSFET to regulate the load current. The OPA2333 is used for both stages of the design because of the low quiescent current, rail-to-rail input/output, and zero-drift chopper technology. The rail-to-rail input stage includes voltages that exceed both supply rails so there is no loss or "dead-zone" when used as a low-side sink for the first stage or as a high-side source for the second stage. The rail-to-rail output ensures that the op amp is able to successfully turn off the active devices ensuring low zero-scale currents. The zero-drift architecture allows for precision DC performance over temperature. See more TI Precision Designs
  • TIPD114 Data Acquisition at 1KHz AC, 1mW, 18bit, 1Msps Reference Design | TI.com
    TIPD114: This TI Verified Design provides results of a low power, low throughput use case of ADS8881. One of the ways to reduce power for a low throughput application is to select a high throughput (1 MSPS) part and run it at low speed. The power consumed by ADS8881 is 55uW for 10kSPS. The reference drive and the input drive needs to be optimized for low power too. This design covers the various tradeoff's that need to be made and the choices to pick from, in order to bring the overall system power down to 1mW. See more TI Precision Designs
  • Data Acquisition at 1KHz AC, 1mW, 18bit, 1Msps Reference Design
    TIPD114: This TI Verified Design provides results of a low power, low throughput use case of ADS8881. One of the ways to reduce power for a low throughput application is to select a high throughput (1 MSPS) part and run it at low speed. The power consumed by ADS8881 is 55uW for 10kSPS. The reference drive and the input drive needs to be optimized for low power too. This design covers the various tradeoff's that need to be made and the choices to pick from, in order to bring the overall system power down to 1mW. See more TI Precision Designs

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