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Low-Cost, Ultra-Small, 3µA Single-Supply Comparators

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Parameters

Parametric specs for Comparators
tPD (ns) (typ) 580
VOS (mV) (max) 8
VSUPPLY (Total) (V) (min) 2.1
VSUPPLY (Total) (V) (max) 5.5
# Comparators 1
Input Range to Neg. Rail
ICC per Comp. (µA) (max) 5.2
Logic Out Push-Pull
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins SC70/5
SOT23/5
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
1.19

Key Features

  • 580ns Propagation Delay from Only 3µA
  • 2.1V to 5.5V Single-Supply Operation
  • Ground-Sensing Inputs
  • Rail-to-Rail Outputs
  • No Output Phase Inversion for Overdriven Inputs
  • No Differential Clamp Across Inputs
  • Available in Ultra-Small Packages
    • 5-Pin SC70 (MAX9075)
    • 8-Pin SOT23 (MAX9077)

Applications/Uses

  • Battery-Powered Systems
  • Digital-Line Receivers
  • IR Receivers
  • Keyless Entry
  • Threshold Detectors/Discriminators

Description

The MAX9075/MAX9077 single/dual comparators are optimized for 3V and 5V single-supply applications. These comparators have a 580ns propagation delay and consume just 3µA per comparator. The combination of low-power, single-supply operation down to 2.1V, and ultra-small footprint makes these devices ideal for all portable applications.

The MAX9075/MAX9077 have a common-mode input voltage range of -0.2V to VCC - 1.2V. Unlike many comparators, there is no differential clamp between the inputs, allowing the differential input voltage range to extend rail-to-rail. All inputs and outputs tolerate a continuous short-circuit fault condition to either rail.

The design of the output stage limits supply-current surges while switching (typical of many other comparators), minimizing power consumption under dynamic conditions. Large internal push-pull output drivers allow rail-to-rail output swing with loads up to 2mA, making these devices ideal for interface with TTL/CMOS logic.

The MAX9075 single comparator is available in 5-pin SC70 and SOT23 packages, while the MAX9077 dual comparator is available in 8-pin SOT23, µMAX®, and SO packages.

Simplified Block Diagram

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