Op Amp Hilarity

http://www.micrel.com/_PDF/mic6211.pdf

Take a look at the trademarked name. :smiley: LMAO

Jiggy-Ninja:
http://www.micrel.com/_PDF/mic6211.pdf

Take a look at the trademarked name. :smiley: LMAO

And they color them pink. This is all to appeal to the female engineers. :smiley:

Now if only they could get the input offset voltage down so its itty-bitty too,
it would be a reasonable part.

Although its lower bandwidth, I've used the MCP6061 before, same package,
150uV worst case offset voltage (not 7mV!), fully rail-to-rail on input and output,
micropower (0.06mA quiescent), will run from 1.8V even!!

And then there is (or rather, was)

[quote author=Jack Christensen link=topic=260460.msg1839217#msg1839217 date=1407803733]
And then there is (or rather, was)[/quote]Have they been superceeded by the F&*%|^!' Fast version? :smiley:

[quote author=Jack Christensen link=topic=260460.msg1839217#msg1839217 date=1407803733]
And then there is (or rather, was)[/quote]

I wonder if Bob Widlar had something to do with that product or datasheet. It has his fingerprints on it…

Henry_Best:

[quote author=Jack Christensen link=topic=260460.msg1839217#msg1839217 date=1407803733]
And then there is (or rather, was)

Have they been superceeded by the F&*%|^!' Fast version? :smiley:
[/quote]

According to DigiKey's parametric search, the fastest op amp now is the ADL5565 at 11000V/us, which is not a whole lot better than this part. AD describes it more soberly: "The ADL5565 is a high performance differential amplifier optimized for RF and IF applications."

Henry_Best:
Have they been superceeded by the F&*%|^!' Fast version? :smiley:

Off topic: It's supersede, not superceed!, from the latin verb "sedere" to sit - literally to sit on top of. Once you know that its hard to spell wrong!

Hi,

http://www.micrel.com/_PDF/mic6211.pdf

Isn't it cute, and it has its own little applications page. awwwww ya got to love it.

You wonder why they bothered even making it in SMD package.

Tom....... :slight_smile: