• LTC2057 offset voltage

    if I connect the output of the LTC2057 (+5V,-5V) to the positive input of an ADC, what would be the worst case offset voltage applied to IN+ of the ADC? the offset voltage according to the datasheet would be around (-0.43uV+(Temp-25)*1.29nV), is that right…

  • LTC2057 rail to rail

    if the input to IN+ or IN- are out of the range of VS+ and Vs-, then the output will rail to VS, but is there still any limitation for the input value or time of exposure, to avoid any damage to the OPAMP? 

  • Ltc2057 in shutdown Mode

    Hello.

    I am designing a circuit using the Ltc2057 with bipolar +/- 15V power supply. My question is, when the op amp enters in shutdown mode, what is the minimum/max output voltage of this op amp...

    Best regards,

    D. Santos

  • ltc2057输出被钳位

    用到ltc2057hv,+40v供电,但是输出最大只能达到13.3V,是什么原因?谢谢

  • ltc2057输出无法达到要求

    使用ltc2057Hv,+40v单电源供电,同相放大G=11,输出只能达到13.3V,请问是什么原因?谢谢

  • LTC6090 LT1006 LTC2057

    Hi,

    I have used these component to design a sinusoidal current generator 0-2Arms 50Hz-2kHz.

    I need to have a very low offset (DC component), max 300-400uA.

    Could you please give me help to low the offset?

    Thanks

    Best Regards

  • LTC6090 LT1006 LTC2057

    Hi,

    I have used these component to design a sinusoidal current generator 0-2Arms 50Hz-2kHz.

    I need to have a very low offset (DC component), max 300-400uA.

    Could you give me help to low the offset?

    Best Regards

  • RE: I am looking for a substitute for the LTC1049. Any suggestions?

    Hi Min:  Have you tried LTC1050?  (Just make sure Pin 5 is floating.)

    Another newer option might be LTC2057.

  • RE: LTC2500-32 using ADC 7 Click

    Also on this board, is it ok that the LTC2057 op amps work from a +5V rail on the positive supply line and the negative supply is simply connected to ground rather than a -5V supply?

    Thanks for your quick responses ghoover.

  • RE: Zero Drift Amp Used in Low Pass Filter

    Thanks a million Catherine. The LTC2057 was exactly the part I had in mind.

    regards

    Steve