PS8551L4
Chapter Title
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (DC Characteristics)
(TYP.: TA = 25°C, VIN+ = VIN− = 0 V, VDD1 = VDD2 = 5 V,
MIN., MAX.: refer to RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS, unless otherwise specified)
Parameter
Input Offset Voltage
Symbol
Vos
Conditions
TA = 25°C
<R>
Input Offset Voltage Drift
vs. Temperature
⏐dVos/dTA⏐ TA = 25 to +85°C
Gain *1
G −200 mV ≤ VIN+ ≤ 200 mV,
TA = 25°C
Gain Drift vs. Temperature
⏐dG/dTA⏐
VOUT Non-linearity (200 mV) *2
NL200 −200 mV ≤ VIN+ ≤ 200 mV
VOUT Non-linearity (200 mV) Drift
vs. Temperature
⏐dNL200/dTA⏐
VOUT Non-linearity (100 mV) *2
NL100 −100 mV ≤ VIN+ ≤ 100 mV
Maximum Input Voltage before VOUT
Clipping
⏐VIN+⏐MAX.
Input Supply Current
IDD1
VIN+ = 400 mV
Output Supply Current
IDD2 VIN+ = −400 mV
Input Bias Current
IIN+ VIN+ = 0V
Input Bias Current Drift
vs. Temperature
⏐dIIN+/dTA⏐
Low Level Saturated Output Voltage
VOL VIN+ = −400 mV
High Level Saturated Output Voltage
Output Voltage (VIN+ = VIN− = 0 V)
VOH
VOCM
VIN+ = 400 mV
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VIN+ = VIN− = 0 V
Output Short-circuit Current
⏐IOSC⏐
Equivalent Input Resistance
RIN
VOUT Output Resistance
ROUT
Input DC Common-Mode Rejection
Ratio*3
CMRRIN
MIN.
−2
−3
TYP.
0.3
3
MAX.
2
3
10
Unit
mV
μV/°C
7.76 8 8.24 V/V
0.00087
0.021
0.0002
0.35
V/V°C
%
%/°C
0.014
308
0.2
%
mV
16 20 mA
10 16 mA
−0.5 5 μA
0.45 nA/°C
1.29 V
3.8 V
2.2 2.55 2.8
V
18.6 mA
320 kΩ
15 Ω
76 dB
*1 The differential output voltage (VOUT+ − VOUT−) with respect to the differential input voltage (VIN+ − VIN−), where VIN+ =
−200 mV to 200 mV and VIN− = 0 V) is measured under the circuit shown in Fig. 2 NL200, G Test Circuit. Upon
the resulting chart, the gain is defined as the slope of the optimum line obtained by using the method of least
squares.
*2 The differential output voltage (VOUT+ − VOUT−) with respect to the differential input voltage (VIN+ − VIN−) is measured
under the circuit shown in Fig. 2 NL200, G Test Circuit. Upon the resulting chart, the optimum line is obtained by
using the method of least squares. Non-linearity is defined as the ratio (%) of the optimum line obtained by dividing
[Half of the peak to peak value of the (residual) deviation] by [full-scale differential output voltage].
For example, if the differential output voltage is 3.2 V, and the peak to peak value of the (residual) deviation is 22.4
mV, while the input VIN+ is ±200 mV, the output non-linearity is obtained as follows:
NL200 = 22.4/(2 × 3 200) = 0.35%
*3 CMRRIN is defined as the ratio of the differential signal gain (when the differential signal is applied between the
input pins) to the common-mode signal gain (when both input pins are connected and the signal is applied). This
value is indicated in dB.
R08DS0039EJ0200 Rev.2.00
Sep 06, 2011
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