AD534JDZ Analog Devices, 4-quadrant Voltage Divider and Multiplier, 1 MHz, 14-Pin TO-116

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Analogue Multipliers, Analog Devices

A range of analogue multipliers and dividers from Analog Devices suitable for a variety of signal processing applications. Both two and four quadrant types are available, in through-hole and SMT page options. Typical applications for these devices include differential ratio and percentage computations, algebraic and trigonometric function synthesis, accurate voltage controlled oscillators and filters, modulators and demodulators, gain control and rms-to-dc conversion.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Number of Quadrants 4
Output Type Single Ended
Number of Elements per Chip 1
Maximum Operating Frequency 1 MHz
Maximum Dual Supply Voltage ±18V
Minimum Dual Supply Voltage ±8V
Mounting Type Through Hole
Package Type TO-116
Pin Count 14
Height 2.41mm
Dimensions 17.78 x 7.37 x 2.41mm
Length 17.78mm
Width 7.37mm
Minimum Operating Temperature 0 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +70 °C
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