VCA810ID Texas Instruments, Controlled Voltage Amplifier 0.25mV Offset, 85dB CMRR, 8-Pin SOIC

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Variable Gain Amplifier (VGA), Texas Instruments

Variable Gain Amplifiers (VGA)

Variable-Gain or Voltage-Controlled Amplifiers are electronic differential amplifiers that vary their gain depending on a control voltage. Applications include audio level compression, synthesizers and amplitude modulation.

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Kenmerk Waarde
Power Supply Type Dual
Typical Dual Supply Voltage ±5V
Maximum Input Offset Voltage 0.25mV
Maximum Input Resistance 1000000Ω
Number of Channels per Chip 1
Rail to Rail No
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOIC
Pin Count 8
Minimum CMRR 85dB
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Dimensions 4.9 x 3.91 x 1.58mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Width 3.91mm
Height 1.58mm
Length 4.9mm
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Prijs Each
12,14
(excl. BTW)
14,69
(incl. BTW)
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Per stuk
1 - 1
€ 12,14
2 - 4
€ 11,90
5 - 9
€ 11,53
10 - 24
€ 11,41
25 +
€ 11,06
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