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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS  INA117P  Differential Amplifier, High Common-Mode Voltage, 1 Amplifiers, 1 mV, 1 dB, 200 kHz, -40 °C, 85 °C

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INA117P

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Product Overview

The INA117P is a precision unity-gain Difference Amplifier with very high common-mode input voltage range. It is a single monolithic IC consisting of a precision op-amp and integrated thin-film resistor network. It can accurately measure small differential voltages in the presence of common-mode signals up to ±200V. This high common-mode voltage INA117 amplifier inputs are protected from momentary common-mode or differential overloads up to ±500V. In many applications, where galvanic isolation is not essential, the amplifier can replace isolation amplifiers. This can eliminate costly isolated input-side power supplies and their associated ripple, noise and quiescent current. The amplifier's 0.001% nonlinearity and 200kHz bandwidth are superior to those of conventional isolation amplifiers.
  • ±500V Common mode
  • ±500V Differential mode
  • 0.02% Maximum gain error
  • 0.001% Maximum nonlinearity
  • 86dB Minimum CMRR
  • Green product and no Sb/Br

Applications

Power Management; Automation & Process Control
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Product Information

No. of Amplifiers:
1Amplifiers
Input Offset Voltage:
1mV
Gain dB Max:
1dB
Bandwidth:
200kHz
Operating Temperature Min:
-40°C
Operating Temperature Max:
85°C
Amplifier Case Style:
DIP
No. of Pins:
8Pins
Supply Voltage Range:
± 5V to ± 18V
Slew Rate:
2.6V/µs
Packaging:
Each
Product Range:
-
MSL:
-
Supply Current:
1.5 mA
SVHC:
No SVHC (15-Jun-2015)

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Legislation and Environmental

Moisture Sensitivity Level:
-
Product Traceability
RoHS Compliant:
Yes

Applications

  • Power Management;
  • Automation & Process Control

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