AD8002ARZ - 

Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 600 MHz, 1200 V/µs, ± 3V to ± 6V, SOIC, 8 Pins

AD8002ARZ - Operational Amplifier, Dual, 2 Amplifier, 600 MHz, 1200 V/µs, ± 3V to ± 6V, SOIC, 8 Pins

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Newark Part No.:
Product Range
AD8002 Series
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

2 Amplifier
± 3V to ± 6V
AD8002 Series
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The AD8002ARZ is a low power high speed dual Current Feedback Amplifier designed to operate on ±5V supplies. The AD8002 features unique transimpedance linearization circuitry, which allows the AD8002 to drive video loads with excellent differential gain and phase performance on only 50mW of power per amplifier. The AD8002 is a current feedback amplifier and features gain flatness of 0.1dB to 60MHz while offering differential gain and phase error of 0.01% and 0.02°, which makes the AD8002 ideal for professional video electronics such as cameras and video switchers. Additionally, the low distortion and fast settling of the AD8002 make it ideal for buffer high speed analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). The AD8002 offers a low power of 5.0mA/amp maximum (VS=±5V) and can run on a single 12V power supply, yet is capable of delivering over 70mA of load current.
  • Low power
  • High speed and fast settling
  • Low distortion
  • Over 70mA output current
  • 5.0mA Maximum power supply current (50mW)
  • 16ns Settling time to 0.1%


Signal Processing, Consumer Electronics


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