MAXIM INTEGRATED MAX40108 Low-Power Precision Operational Amplifier | New Product Brief
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MAXIM INTEGRATED MAX40108 Low-Power Precision Operational Amplifier
Maxim Integrated’s MAX40108 is a low-power precision op amp that is well suited for low-frequency measurements in wearable, home medical, fitness and health, and industrial IoT applications.
The MAX40108 can operate from a 0.9V to 3.6V supply. It consumes just 25.5µA of quiescent current while active and drops to 320nA in shutdown mode, making it ideal in low-voltage, battery-powered devices. It features rail-to-rail CMOS inputs and outputs, with very low input bias current and 1µV zero-drift input offset voltage. The zero-drift design greatly reduces 1/f noise compared to conventional CMOS op amps, making the MAX40108 ideal for sensors operating at low voltage and frequency.
The MAX40108 has a 168kHz gain bandwidth product and internal EMI rejection. It’s offered in tiny WLP or TDFN packages and can operate from -40°C to +125°C.
- Supply Voltage Range: 0.9V to 3.6V
- Low Power Operation
- Supply Current: 25.5µA
- Shutdown Supply Current: 320nA
- Rail-to-Rail CMOS Inputs and Outputs
- Input Bias Current: 55pA typical
- Input Offset Voltage: 1µV
- Auto-zero patented autochop circuit for precision and low noise
- Ideal for low-voltage, low-frequency sensor interfaces
- Package options
- WLP: 1.22mm x 0.92mm, 6-bump
- TDFN: 2.00mm x 2.00mm, 8-pin
- Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C
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