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New Zero-Drift, Nanopower Amplifier from TI
The new LPV821 combines the highest DC precision with 60% less power consumption
Texas Instruments has released the the first operational amplifier to combine ultra-high precision with the industry’s lowest supply current.
With exceptional power-to-precision performance, the LPV821 zero-drift, nanopower op amp enables engineers to attain the highest DC precision,
while consuming 60 percent less power than competitive zero-drift devices.
The LPV821 is designed for use in precision applications such as wireless sensing nodes, home and factory automation equipment,
and portable electronics.
Key features of the LPV821 Op-Amp
Engineers can pair the LPV821 op amp with the TLV3691 nanopower comparator or
ADS7142 nanopower analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to program a threshold
that will automatically wake up a microcontroller (MCU) such as the CC1310 SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz MCU,
further reducing system power consumption.
The company's Web site address is www.ti.com
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