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…
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