ABLIC Inc. Launches the S-19630AB, a Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier for Automotive Use with a Wide Operation Voltage Range
September 17, 2018 11:35 KST
CHIBA, JAPAN--(Business Wire / Korea Newswire) September 17, 2018 -- ABLIC Inc. (hereinafter “ABLIC”), a semiconductor manufacturer, today launched the S-19630AB, a zero-drift operational amplifier for automotive use.
A zero-drift operational amplifier monitors its offset voltage at all times to automatically adjust it to zero.
The new S-19630AB product is an operational amplifier for automotive use featuring a wide operation voltage range (4.0V to 36V), low offset voltage of 50uV max., low offset voltage drift of 25nV/°C, current consumption of 250uA and is capable of operating at 125°C.
By employing an offset canceling circuit provided by our unique chopper-stabilizing techniques, the S-19630AB achieves excellent low-offset voltage characteristics. The S-19630AB also complies with both the AEC-Q100 automotive IC quality standard and the “Production Part Approval Process” (PPAP) established by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
1. A wide operation voltage range
2. High-accuracy due to low offset voltage and low offset voltage drift
3. Rail-to-Rail input and output operation
4. Ensures quality of automotive equipment
· High-accuracy current detection
· Multi-sensor interface
· Strain gauge amplifier
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