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Single supply, PDIP Op-Amps

Hi everyone!

 

I'm new here so bare with me!

 

I'm looking for an op-amp with similar features/specs to the ADA4051, but in a PDIP packaging (throughhole/breadboard size). I have attached the data-sheet for the ADA4051, but my basic requirements are as follows:

 

  • single supply
  • pdip package
  • wide frequency range (~20 kHz @ gain of 5 to 10)
  • low power consumption (looking to power full device/circuit with 3.3V battery)

 

Any suggestions you may have, or information you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

 

Best regards,

Dustin

ADA4051-1_4051-2.pdf
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  • FormerMember
    0 FormerMember
on Jan 20, 2015 7:45 PM

Dustin,

  You are trying to swim upstream.  I don't think we have released any new op amps in the past ten years

in PDIP.  With cellphones and tablets, the world wants smaller and smaller packages, so all of the newer

parts are only in SOIC, TSSOP, SOT-23, etc.

For breadboarding, you can get a small adapter to convert SOIC to PDIP.  See:

SparkFun SOIC to DIP Adapter - 8-Pin - BOB-00494 - SparkFun Electronics

Harry

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  • FormerMember
    0 FormerMember
on Jan 20, 2015 7:45 PM

Dustin,

  You are trying to swim upstream.  I don't think we have released any new op amps in the past ten years

in PDIP.  With cellphones and tablets, the world wants smaller and smaller packages, so all of the newer

parts are only in SOIC, TSSOP, SOT-23, etc.

For breadboarding, you can get a small adapter to convert SOIC to PDIP.  See:

SparkFun SOIC to DIP Adapter - 8-Pin - BOB-00494 - SparkFun Electronics

Harry

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