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New Zero-Drift Op Amps from STMicroelectronics [News]
posted June 9 2014 12:55.19 by spic0m




TSZ121 family of zero-drift op amps deliver superior performance in popular packages and small-outline alternatives, offering industry-leading choice, accuracy, and precision for Internet-of-Things (IoT) or wearable-device applications including temperature sensors, wellness and fitness monitors, and automotive controls.
With input-offset voltage of 5µV at 25°C, and temperature stability of 30nV/°C, these chopper-stabilized op amps are ideal for front-end signal conditioning or low-side current measurement. Their outstanding precision guarantees accuracy without trimming, thereby saving component count and manufacturing overhead. Ultra-low temperature drift prevents system-performance degradation at higher temperature without requiring self-calibration, resulting in a better end-user experience.

[Link: STMicroelectronics]
 
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