AD8024ARZ - 

Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 350 MHz, 2400 V/µs, 5V to 24V, SOIC, 16 Pins

AD8024ARZ - Operational Amplifier, Quad, 4 Amplifier, 350 MHz, 2400 V/µs, 5V to 24V, SOIC, 16 Pins

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No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

4 Amplifier
5V to 24V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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Product Overview

The AD8024ARZ is a low settling time high-speed quad Current Feedback Operational Amplifier for use with video line driver. Manufactured on ADI’s proprietary XFHV high-speed bipolar process, the AD8024 is capable of driving to within 1.3 of its 24V supply rail. Each amplifier has high-output current capability and can drive high capacitive loads. The AD8024 outputs settle to 0.1% within 35ns into a 300pF load (6V swing). The AD8024 can run on both 5V as well as ±12V rails. Slew rate on ±12V supplies is 2400V/μs. DC characteristics are outstanding with typical 2mV offset and 3μA maximum input bias current. High-speed disable pin allows the AD8024 to be shut down when not in use. Low-power operation is assured with the 4mA/amplifier supply current draw. The high voltage drive capability, low settling time, high slew rate, low offset and high bandwidth make the AD8024 ideally suited as an LCD column driver, a video line driver and for use in high-performance test equipment.
  • High output voltage
  • Drives high capacitive loads
  • Low power
  • Outstanding DC accuracy
  • 0.04% Differential gain
  • 0.09° Differential phase


Signal Processing, Test & Measurement


ESD sensitive device, electrostatic charges as high as 4000V readily accumulate on the human body and test equipment and can discharge without detection.

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