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Maxim video amplifiers require 6.6mA

Posted: 05 Feb 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:maxim? maxim integrated products? max4389? max4390? max4392?

The MAX4389/90/92/93/94/95/96 video amplifiers require only 6.5mA of quiescent supply current while achieving 145MHz -3dB bandwidth.

The combination of rail-to-rail outputs, low power, wide bandwidth, and high-impedance disable mode in SC70, SOT23 or TSSOP housings makes these op amps suitable for consumer applications such as STBs, DVD players, CCD imaging systems and digital cameras.

These devices can operate from a single supply of 4.5V to 11V or from 12.25V to 15.5V dual supplies and are rated for operation at a temperature range of -400C to 850C. They have a slew rate of 200V/5s and a 135mA output current drive. Disable mode consumes only 4505A of current.

In addition, the amplifiers offer a 0.1dB gain flatness to 35MHz, low-differential gain/phase of 0.015 percent per 0.0150, and an SFDR of -59dBc at 5MHz. Their input common-mode range extends to the negative rail (ground in single-supply applications), and their outputs swing rail-to-rail.

Prices start at under 20 cents per amplifier in quantities of 100,000 and up. The MAX4395 quad amplifier is priced at 79 cents.

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