Summed-up Features: a.. Internal Frequency Compensation a.. Short Circuit Protection a.. Offset voltage null capability a.. Excellent temperature stability a..
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, Jun 19, 2001
Internal Frequency Compensation
Short Circuit Protection
Offset voltage null capability
Excellent temperature stability
High input voltage range
Input Offset Voltage (Voi) This is the voltage that must be
applied to one of the input pins to give a zero output voltage. Remember, for
an ideal op-amp, output offset voltage is zero!
Input Bias Current (Ib) This is the average of the currents
flowing into both inputs. Ideally, the two input bias currents are equal.
Input Offset Current (Ios) This is the difference of the two
input bias currents when the output voltage is zero.
Input Voltage Range (Vcm) The range of the common-mode input
voltage (i.e. the voltage common to both inputs and ground).
Input Resistance (Zi) The resistance 'looking-in' at either
input withe the remaining input
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