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LM124 View Datasheet(PDF) - STMicroelectronics

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Description
Manufacturer
LM124
STMICROELECTRONICS
STMicroelectronics STMICROELECTRONICS
LM124 Datasheet PDF : 14 Pages
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LM124 - LM224 - LM324
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (continued)
Symbol
VOH
VOL
SR
Parameter
High Level Output Voltage
(VCCTa=mb+3=0+V2)5oC
Tmin.
Tamb
=
T+2am5boC
Tmax.
Tmin. Tamb Tmax.
(VCCTa=mb+5=V+,2R5LoC= 2kΩ)
Tmin. Tamb Tmax.
RL = 2k
RL = 10k
Low Level
Tamb =
Output
+25oC
Voltage
(RL
=
10k)
Tmin. Tamb Tmax.
Slew Rate
VCC = 15V, VI = 0.5 to 3V, RL = 2k, CL = 100pF,
unity gain)
LM124 - LM224 - LM324
Min.
Typ.
Max.
26
27
26
27
28
27
3.5
3
5
20
20
0.4
Unit
V
mV
V/µs
GBP
THD
en
DVio
DIIO
VO1/VO2
Gain Bandwidth Product
VCC = 30V, f = 100kHz, Vin = 10mV
RL = 2k, CL = 100pF
Total Harmonic Distortion
f = 1kHz, AV = 20dB, RL = 2k, VO = 2Vpp
CL = 100pF, VCC = 30V
Equivalent Input Noise Voltage
f = 1kHz, Rs = 100, VCC = 30V
Input Offset Voltage Drift
Input Offset Current Drift
Channel Separation (note 5)
1kHz f 20kHz
MHz
1.3
%
0.015
nV
40
Hz
7
30
µV/oC
10
200
pA/oC
dB
120
Notes :
1. Shor t -cir cui t s f rom t he out put t o VCC can cause excessi ve heat i ng if VC C > 15V. T he maxi mum out put cur rent
is approximately 40mA independent of the magnitude of VC C. Destructive di ssipation can res ult from simul ta-
neous short-circuit on all amplifiers.
2. The di r ect ion of the i nput cur rent is out of t he IC . Thi s cur r ent is essenti al l y constant, i ndependent of the st ate
of the output so no loading change exists on the input lines.
3.
Vo
=
1 . 4V ,
Rs
=
0Ω,
5V
<
V CC +
<
30V ,
0
<
Vic
<
V
C
+
C
-
1.5V
4. The i nput common- mode vol t age of eit her i nput si gnal volt age shoul d not be allow ed to go negat i ve by mor e
than
0.3 V .
T he
upper
end
of
the
c o mm on - m od e
vo l ta ge
r an g e
is
V
C
+
C
-
1 .5V ,
but
e i t h er
or
b ot h
i np ut s
can
go
to +32V without damage.
5. Due t o the proxi mit y of ex ternal component s insure t hat coupl ing i s not ori gi nat ing vi a str ay capaci t ance be-
tween these external parts. This typically can be detected as this type of capacitance increases at higher fre-
quences.
6. This input cur rent onl y exi sts w hen t he volt age at any of t he i nput leads is dr iven negat ive. It i s due t o t he
collector-base junction of the input PNP transistor becoming forward biased and thereby acting as input di-
odes clamps. In addition to thi s diode action, there is also NPN parasitic action on the IC chip. this transistor
action can cause the output voltages of the Op-amps to go to the VCC voltage level (or to ground for a large
overdrive) for the time duration than an input is driven negative.
This is not destructive and normal output will set up again for input voltage higher than -0.3V.
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