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MPY100AG - 

Divider/Multiplier IC, 4 AMPs, 10Hz to 10kHz, 20 V/µs slew, 8.5 V to 20 V supply, DIP-14

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS MPY100AG

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Manufacturer Part No:
MPY100AG
Newark Part No.:
19M1080
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Product Overview

The MPY100AG is a Precision Multiplier-divider designed for general purpose application. In addition to four-quadrant multiplication, it also performs analogue square root and division without the bother of external amplifiers or potentiometers. Laser trimmed one-chip design offers the most in highly reliable operation with guaranteed accuracies. Because of the internal reference and pretrimmed accuracies the MPY100 does not have the restrictions of multiplier.
  • Differential input
  • 100% Accuracy tested and guaranteed
  • No external trimming required
  • 90µVrms Low noise
  • Highly reliable one-chip design
  • Wide temperature operation
  • Green product and no Sb/Br

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1
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4 Amplifier
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8.5V
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20V
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20V/µs
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DIP
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14Pins
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-25°C
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85°C
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Each
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