SNOS656D – AUGUST 2000 – REVISED MARCH 2013
LMC6064 Precision CMOS Quad Micropower Operational Amplifier
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• Low Offset Voltage: 100 μV
• Ultra Low Supply Current: 16 μA/Amplifier
• Operates from 4.5V to 15V Single Supply
• Ultra Low Input Bias Current: 10 fA
• Output Swing within 10 mV of Supply Rail,
• Input Common-Mode Range Includes V−
• High Voltage Gain: 140 dB
• Improved Latchup Immunity
• Instrumentation Amplifier
• Photodiode and Infrared Detector Preamplifier
• Transducer Amplifiers
• Hand-Held Analytic Instruments
• Medical Instrumentation
• D/A Converter
• Charge Amplifier for Piezoelectric Transducers
The LMC6064 is a precision quad low offset voltage,
micropower operational amplifier, capable of
precision single supply operation. Performance
characteristics include ultra low input bias current,
high voltage gain, rail-to-rail output swing, and an
input common mode voltage range that includes
ground. These features, plus its low power
consumption make the LMC6064 ideally suited for
battery powered applications.
Other applications using the LMC6064 include
precision full-wave rectifiers, integrators, references,
sample-and-hold circuits, and true instrumentation
This device is built with TI's advanced double-Poly
Silicon-Gate CMOS process.
For designs that require higher speed, see the
LMC6084 precision quad operational amplifier.
For single or dual operational amplifier with similar
features, see the LMC6061 or LMC6062 respectively.
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