SANTA CLARA, Calif.--National Semiconductor Corp. here today said it has begun offering the industry's simplest solution for an amplifier gain block circuit in a 2-mm-x-2-mm SC70-5 package.
The LMV100 series of 2.7-V op amps integrates a rail-to-rail output operational amplifier and up to four internal gain-setting resistors. The LMV101, 102, 105 and 110 provide the fixed inverting gains of -1, -2, -5, and -10, said National. The LMV11 is a V+/2 input voltage bias circuit.
"The first devices target all analog systems, especially in the consumer, communications and computing markets," said Dennis Swan, marketing manager for the series. "This new family reduces external component count and board size via innovation in the 2mm x 2mm SC70-5 package."
The LMV100 family features power consumption less than 170 microamp with the typical power consumption at 80 microA. The LMV101 has a typical accuracy gain of 2% and 160mA output current at greater than 1.5-MHz bandwidth, National said. The LMV100s are offered in two package types, the SC70-5 and TinyPak SOT23-5.
In 1,000-piece quantities, pricing starts at 32 cents each. All op amps are available in high volumes.