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Dual 9 MHz Precision
8-Lead Narrow-Body SO (S-Suffix)
(Not to Scale)
8-Lead Epoxy DIP (P-Suffix)
The combination of low noise, speed and accuracy can be used
to build high speed instrumentation systems. Circuits such as
instrumentation amplifiers, ramp generators, bi-quad filters and
dc-coupled audio systems are all practical with the OP285. For
applications that require long term stability, the OP285 has a
guaranteed maximum long term drift specification.
The OP285 is specified over the XIND—extended industrial—
(–40°C to +85°C) temperature range. OP285s are available in
8-pin plastic DIP and SOIC-8 surface mount packages.
Low Offset Voltage: 250 V
Low Noise: 6 nV/√ Hz
Low Distortion: 0.0006%
High Slew Rate: 22 V/s
Wide Bandwidth: 9 MHz
Low Supply Current: 5 mA
Low Offset Current: 2 nA
High Performance Audio
The OP285 is a precision high-speed amplifier featuring the
Butler Amplifier front-end. This new front-end design com-
bines the accuracy and low noise performance of bipolar
transistors with the speed of JFETs. This yields an amplifier
with high slew rates, low offset and good noise performance
at low supply currents. Bias currents are also low compared
to bipolar designs.
The OP285 offers the slew rate and low power of a JFET
amplifier combined with the precision, low noise and low
drift of a bipolar amplifier. Input offset voltage is laser-trimmed
and guaranteed less than 250 µV. This makes the OP285 useful
in dc-coupled or summing applications without the need for
special selections or the added noise of additional offset
adjustment circuitry. Slew rates of 22 V/µs and a bandwidth
of 9 MHz make the OP285 one of the most accurate medium
speed amplifiers available.