I'm looking for a single-ended to differential amplifier which can be powered by a single 5 V supply. I.E. Vs+ = 5.0 V, Vs- = 0V.
The ADA4922-1 fits the bill otherwise, and we already use it in some products.
The datasheet advises a supply range of 5 V to 26 V, but unlike other Analog datasheets (AD8137, etc.), never specifies or even mentions operation from a single supply.
It is not clear to me if the datasheet specifications apply only to bipolar supplies, effectively meaning +-5 V to +-26 V.
ADA4922 will operate from 5V to 26V, single supplies or + 2.5 V to + 13 V dual supplies. For a 5V single supply, the IVR and the OVR will effectively be ~1.4V from supply rails or 1.4 V to 3.6 V. Is this range within your requirement?
Thank you Jino,
That's good news regarding the power supply, although the OVR is tight for this application. You've been a big help. Thank you for your assistance!
Is ADA4922 still suits your application? If not, you could share some information on your application so we could give you the right amplifier for you.