Microchip Technology launched their MCP6V11 and MCP6V31 operational amplifiers. The new zero-drift op amps operate with a single supply voltage as low as 1.6V and a quiescent current as low as 7.5 µA. The Microchip MCP6V11 and MCP6V31 are available now in 5-pin SOT-23 and 5-pin SC-70 packages. The MCP6V11 is priced at $0.82 each in 5,000-unit quantities. Pricing of the MCP6V31 starts at $0.81 each. The single amplifiers are ideal for developing portable medical products integrated with higher efficiency, and signal conditioning hardware and software.
The MCP6V11/31 devices require less current to operate the amplifier while simultaneously delivering longer battery life and minimal thermal-related challenges. The self-correcting architecture of the MCP6V11/31 family offers a maximum input offset voltage of 8 µV for ultra-low-offset and low-offset drift. This enables maximum accuracy across time and temperature.
The MCP6V11 features 80 kHz of gain bandwidth and a low typical quiescent current of only 7.5 µA. The MCP6V31 features 300 kHz of gain bandwidth and a low typical quiescent current of 23 µA. Both the MCP6V11 and MCP6V31 single amplifiers are available in small 5-pin SOT-23 and 5-pin SC-70 packages.
Microchip MCP6V11/31 Features
- Zero Drift Amplifier enabling low offset and offset drift
- Low Power operation
- Maximum input offset voltage of 8 µV
- 80 kHz of gain bandwidth (MCP6V11)
- Low typical quiescent current of only 7.5 µA (MCP6V11)
- 300 kHz of gain bandwidth (MCP6V31)
- Low typical quiescent current of 23 µA (MCP6V31)
- 5-pin SOT-23 and 5-pin SC-70 packaging