MAX400

Ultra-Low Offset Voltage Operational Amplifier


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Description

The MAX400 guaranteed maximum 10µV offset error is the lowest input offset voltage of any commercially available (nonchopper) monolithic amplifier. The MAX400 represents a 2.5 times improvement over the highest grade OP07 (the OP07A), and a 5 times improvement over the best commercial temperature range device (OP07E). The offset voltage drift is guaranteed to be a maximum of 0.3µV/°C which is also an improvement over the OP07 family.

For the ultimate in DC performance (5µV maximum offset voltage and 0.05µV/°C maximum offset voltage drift) the MAX420 and MAX430 series of ±15V monolithic, chopper-stabilized amplifiers should be consulted.
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Key Features

  • Ultra-Low Offset Voltage: 10µV (max)
  • Ultra-Low Offset Voltage Drift: 0.2µV/°C
  • Ultra Stable vs. Time: 0.2µV/month
  • Ultra-Low Noise: 0.35µVP-P
  • Wide Supply Voltage: ±3V to ±18V
  • High Common-Mode Input: ±14V
  • No External Components Required
  • Fits OP07, AD510, 725, 108A/308A Sockets

Applications/Uses

  • High-Accuracy Data Acquisition
  • Low-Level Signal Processing
  • Medical Instrumentation
  • Precision Amplifiers
  • Strain-Gauge Amplifiers
  • Thermocouple Amplifiers

Quality and Environmental Data

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