PGA206PA Texas Instruments, Instrumentation Amplifier, 2.5mV Offset, 16-Pin PDIP

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Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA), Texas Instruments

Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA)

Programmable Gain Amplifiers are Operational, Instrumentation or Differential Amplifiers in which the gain can be programmed or selected, either via hardware (IC pin selection) or software using a serial communications link.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Power Supply Type Dual
Package Type PDIP
Mounting Type Through Hole
Pin Count 16
Typical Dual Supply Voltage ±15V
Rail to Rail No
Maximum Input Offset Voltage 2.5mV
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Minimum CMRR 75dB
Maximum Supply Current 12 mA
Width 6.35mm
Height 4.57mm
Dimensions 19.3 x 6.35 x 4.57mm
Length 19.3mm
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