||LM110 - VERSATILE VOLTAGE FOLLOWER from the LM110 series of Op Amps
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:08 - 4,226 views
The LM110 series are monolithic operational amplifiers internally connected as unity-gain non-inverting
amplifiers. They use super-gain transistors in the input stage to get low bias current without sacrificing
speed. Directly interchangeable with LM101, LM741, and LM709 in voltage follower applications, these
devices have internal frequency compensation and provision for offset balancing. The LM110 series are
useful in fast sample and hold circuits, active filters, or as general-purpose buffers.
||ICL7660SMTV - GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE for military temperature ranges
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:08 - 4,212 views
The ICL7660S Super Voltage Converter is a monolithic CMOS voltage conversion IC that guarantees
significant performance advantages over other similar devices. It is a direct replacement for the industry
standard ICL7660 offering an extended operating supply voltage range up to 12V, with lower supply current.
No external diode is needed for the ICL7660S. In addition, a Frequency Boost pin has been incorporated
to enable the user to achieve lower output impedance despite using smaller capacitors.
||HA9P-2625-9 - HIGH PERFORMANCE OP AMP useful in a variety of applications
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:08 - 4,124 views
The HA-2620/2625 are bipolar operational amplifiers that feature very high input impedance coupled with
wideband AC performance. The high resistance of the input stage is complemented by low offset voltage
and low bias and offset current to facilitate accurate signal processing. Input offset can be reduced further
by means of an external nulling potentiometer. The 100 MHz gain bandwidth product, 35V/μs slew rate
and 150kV/V open loop gain enables the HA-2620/2625 to perform high gain
amplification of very fast, wideband signals.
||FPF2504-G - INTELLIMAX™ LOAD SWITCHES available in thin profile packages
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:07 - 3,786 views
The FPF2504 is part of a family of load switches which provide full protection to systems and loads
which may encounter large current conditions. These devices contain a 0.23Ω current-limited N-channel
MOSFET which can operate over an input voltage range of 4.5-20V. Switch control is by a logic input (ON)
capable of interfacing directly with low voltage control signals. Each part contains thermal shutdown protection
which shuts off the switch to prevent damage to the part when a continuous overcurrent
condition causes excessive heating.
||EP1810GC-35 - HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPLEX EPLD featuring up to 64 inputs and 48 outputs
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:04 - 4,155 views
EP1810 devices offer LSI density, TTL-equivalent speed, and low power consumption. EP1810 devices have 48
macrocells, 16 dedicated input pins, and 48 I/O pins. EP1810 devices are divided into four quadrants, each containing
12 macrocells. Of the 12 macrocells in each quadrant, 8 have quadrant feedback and are “local” macrocells.
The remaining 4 macrocells in the quadrant are “global” macrocells. Both local and global macrocells can access
signals from the global bus, which consists of the true and complement forms of the dedicated
inputs and the true and complement forms of the feedbacks from the global macrocells.
||EP910DI-30 - HIGH PERFORMANCE EPLD with a 24-macrocell array design
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The Altera EP910 EPLD is a high-performance, 24-macrocell Classic EPLD. It features combinatorial
speeds with tPD as low as 12 ns, counter frequencies of up to 100 MHz, and pipelined data rates of
up to 100 MHz. The EP910, EP910T, and EP910I are all pin-, function-, and programming file-compatible
with each other and are available in both a JLCC and DIP packages (windowed versions only available on
ceramic package styles). The EP910 also features a programmable clock option
for independent clocking of all registers.
||DS7838J - HIGH-SPEED BUS TRANSCEIVER featuring four driver/receiver pairs
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:03 - 3,066 views
The Am7838 (and Am8838) are quad high-speed drivers/receivers designed for use in bus organized
data transmission systems interconnected by terminated 120Ω impedance lines. The external
termination is intended to be a 180Ω resistor from the bus to the +5V logic supply together
with a 390Ω resistor from the bus to the ground. The Am7838 features four totally separate
drive/receiver pairs per package. The 1V typical receiver input hysteresis is independent of receiver output load.
||DS1634J-8 - FLEXIBLE PERIPHERAL DRIVER for interfacing with CMOS circuits
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:03 - 17,375 views
The DS1631 series of dual peripheral drivers was designed to be a universal set of interface
components for CMOS circuits. Each circuit has CMOS compatible inputs with thresholds that track as a
function of VCC. The inputs are PNPs providing the high impedance necessary for interfacing with CMOS.
DS1631 series pin-outs are the same as the respective logic functions found in the DS75451 and
DS75461 series of circuits. This features allows direct conversion of present systems
to the MM74C CMOS family and DS1631 series circuits with great power savings.
||DS14C232J - LOW POWER LINE TRANSCEIVER ideal for battery conscious applications
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:03 - 7,028 views
The DS14C232 is a low power dual driver/receiver featuring an onboard DC to DC converter, eliminating
the need for ±12V power supplies. The device only requires a +5V power supply. Icc is specified at 3.0
mA maximum, making the device ideal for battery and power conscious applications. The drivers’
slew rate is set internally and the receivers feature internal noise filtering, eliminating the need for
external slew rate and filter capacitors. The device is designed to interface data
terminal equipment (DTE) with data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE)
||CLC428A - VERSATILE, HIGH SPEED OP AMP perfect for a variety of applications
by Rochester - 2013-08-12 14:02 - 3,314 views
The National CLC428 is a very high speed dual op amp that offers a traditional voltage-feedback topology
featuring unity gain stability and slew enhanced circuitry. The CLC428’s ultra low noise and
very low harmonic distortion combine to form a very wide dynamic range op amp that operates
from a single (5 to 12V) or dual (±5V) power supply. With its fast and accurate settling, it is an
excellent choice for wide dynamic range, anti-aliasing filters to buffer the inputs of
hi-resolution analog-to-digital converters.