Sample and Hold Amplifier, CMOS Quad, 4 Amplifier, 85 kHz, 9 µs, 2.5 mV, SOIC, 16 Pins

SMP04ESZ - Sample and Hold Amplifier, CMOS Quad, 4 Amplifier, 85 kHz, 9 µs, 2.5 mV, SOIC, 16 Pins

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SMP04 Series
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4 Amplifier
5V to 13.2V
SMP04 Series
MSL 1 - Unlimited
No SVHC (07-Jul-2017)
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Product Overview

The SMP04ESZ is a monolithic quad Sample-and-Hold Amplifier for use with event analysis. It has four internal precision buffer amplifiers and internal hold capacitors. It is manufactured in ADI's advanced oxide isolated CMOS technology to obtain high accuracy, low droop rate and fast acquisition time required by data acquisition and signal processing systems. The device can acquire a 8-bit input signal to ±1/2 LSB in less than seven microseconds. The SMP04 can operate from single or dual power supplies with TTL/CMOS logic compatibility. Its output swing includes the negative supply. The SMP04 is ideally suited for a wide variety of sample-and- hold applications including amplifier offset or VCA gain adjustments. One or more can be used with a single or multiple DACs to provide multiple set points within a system. The SMP04 offers significant cost and size reduction over lent module or discrete designs.
  • Four independent sample-and-holds
  • Internal hold capacitor
  • Output buffers stable for CL ≤ 500pF
  • Single or dual supply applications
  • Monolithic low power CMOS design
  • 12-bit High accuracy
  • 2mV/s Typical very low droop rate


Signal Processing, Test & Measurement, Medical, Industrial

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