SNOS610E – DECEMBER 1994 – REVISED MARCH 2013
LMC6041 CMOS Single Micropower Operational Amplifier
Check for Samples: LMC6041
•2 Low Supply Current: 14 μA (Typ)
• Operates from 4.5V to 15.5V Single Supply
• Ultra Low Input Current: 2 fA (Typ)
• Rail-to-Rail Output Swing
• Input Common-Mode Range Includes Ground
• Battery Monitoring and Power Conditioning
• Photodiode and Infrared Detector Preamplifier
• Silicon Based Transducer Systems
• Hand-Held Analytic Instruments
• pH Probe Buffer Amplifier
• Fire and Smoke Detection Systems
• Charge Amplifier for Piezoelectric Transducers
Ultra-low power consumption and low input-leakage
current are the hallmarks of the LMC6041. Providing
input currents of only 2 fA typical, the LMC6041 can
operate from a single supply, has output swing
extending to each supply rail, and an input voltage
range that includes ground.
The LMC6041 is ideal for use in systems requiring
ultra-low power consumption. In addition, the
insensitivity to latch-up, high output drive, and output
swing to ground without requiring external pull-down
resistors make it ideal for single-supply battery-
Other applications for the LMC6041 include bar code
reader amplifiers, magnetic and electric field
detectors, and hand-held electrometers.
This device is built with TI's advanced Double-Poly
Silicon-Gate CMOS process.
See the LMC6042 for a dual, and the LMC6044 for a
quad amplifier with these features.
Figure 1. 8-Pin SOIC or PDIP Package
See Package Number D0008A or P0008E
Figure 2. Low-Leakage Sample and Hold
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