SNOS657D – AUGUST 2000 – REVISED MARCH 2013
LMC6084 Precision CMOS Quad Operational Amplifier
Check for Samples: LMC6084
2(Typical Unless Otherwise Stated)
• Low Offset Voltage: 150 μV
• Operates from 4.5V to 15V Single Supply
• Ultra Low Input Bias Current: 10 fA
• Output Swing to within 20 mV of Supply Rail,
• Input Common-Mode Range Includes V−
• High Voltage Gain: 130 dB
• Improved Latchup Immunity
• Instrumentation Amplifier
• Photodiode and Infrared Detector Preamplifier
• Transducer Amplifiers
• Medical Instrumentation
• D/A Converter
• Charge Amplifier for Piezoelectric Transducers
The LMC6084 is a precision quad low offset voltage
operational amplifier, capable of 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 offset voltage, make the LMC6084 ideally suited
for precision circuit applications.
Other applications using the LMC6084 include
precision full-wave rectifiers, integrators, references,
and sample-and-hold circuits.
This device is built with National's advanced Double-
Poly Silicon-Gate CMOS process.
For designs with more critical power demands, see
the LMC6064 precision quad micropower operational
For a single or dual operational amplifier with similar
features, see the LMC6081 or LMC6082 respectively.
Figure 1. 14-Pin PDIP/SOIC
Figure 2. Input Bias Current
These devices have limited built-in ESD protection. The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam
during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic damage to the MOS gates.
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