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ProductFolderSample &BuyTechnicalDocumentsTools &SoftwareSupport &CommunityLM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER2014LM6132/LM6134Dual and Quad Low Power10 MHz Rail-to-RailI/O OperationalAmplifiers1 Features3 DescriptionTheLM6132/34providesnewlevels of (For 5V Supply,Typ UnlessNoted)powerperformancein applicationswherelow voltage Rail-to-RailInputCMVR to powerlimitationspreviouslymade 360 A/ampsupplycurrent,the 10 MHzgain-bandwidthof this device HighGain-Bandwidth,10 MHzat 20 kHzsupportsnewportableapplicationswhereh igher SlewRate12 V/ spowerdevicesunacceptablydrainbatterylif e. Low SupplyCurrent360 A/AmpTheLM6132/34canbe drivenby voltagesthat V to over24 Vexceedbothpowersupplyrails,thuseliminat ing CMRR100 dBconcernsoverexceedingthe rail-to-railoutputswingcapabilityprovide s Gain100 dB with RL= 10 kthe maximumpossibledynamicrangeat the output. PSRR82 dBThisis particularlyimportantwhenoperatingon LM6132/34can also drivelarge2 Applicationscapacitiveloadswithoutoscill ating. BatteryOperatedInstrumentationOperatingo n V to over24 V, the InstrumentationAmplifiersLM6132/34is excellentfor a verywiderangeofapplications,frombatteryo peratedsystemswith PortableScannerslargebandwidthrequiremen tsto highspeed WirelessCommunicationsinstrumentation. Flat PanelDisplayDriverDeviceInformation(1)PA RTNUMBERPACKAGEBODYSIZE(NOM)LM6132SOIC(8 ) x (8) x (14) x (14) x (1) For all availablepackages,see the orderableaddendumatthe end of the SupplyVoltageSupplyCurrentvs. SupplyVoltage1An IMPORTANTNOTICEat the end of this datasheetaddressesavailability,warranty, changes,use in safety-criticalapplications,intellectual propertymattersand ,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 DC AC Applicationand Pin Configurationand Deviceand (1)................... , , Mechanical,Packaging,and RevisionHistoryNOTE:Pagenumbersfor previousrevisionsmay differfrompagenumbersin the (February2013)to RevisionEPage Changed"JunctionTemperatureRange" to "OperatingTemperatureRange" and deleted"TJ"............................. ..............4 DeletedTJ= 25 C for (February2013)to RevisionDPage Changedlayoutof NationalDataSheetto TI 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER20145 Pin Configurationand Functions8-PinSOIC/PDIP14-PinSOIC/PDIPPa ckagesD and PPackagesD and NFFTop ViewTop ViewPin FunctionsPINLM6132LM6134I/ODESCRIPTIONNA MED/NFF0014D/PA-IN A22IChAInvertingInput+IN A33IChANon-invertingInput-IN B66IChBInvertingInput+IN B55IChBNon-invertingInput-IN C9IChCInvertingInput+IN C10IChCNon-invertingInput-IN D13IChDInvertingInput+IN D12IChDNon-invertingInputOUTA11OChAOutpu tOUTB77OChBOutputOUTC8OChCOutputOUTD14OC hDOutputV-411INegativeSupplyV+84IPositiv eSupplyCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback3ProductFolderLinks: LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 (1)(2)overoperatingfree-airtemperaturera nge(unlessotherwisenoted)MINMAXUNITDiffe rentialInputVoltage 15V(V+)+ Input/OutputPinV(V ) (V+ V )35VCurrentat InputPin 10mACurrentat OutputPin(3) 25mACurrentat PowerSupplyPin50mALeadTemp.(soldering,10 sec.)260 CJunctionTemperature(4)150 C(1)AbsoluteMaximumRatingsindicatelimits beyondwhichdamageto the devicemay deviceis intendedto be functional,but specificperformanceis not guaranteedspecificationsand the testconditions,see the Electricalcharacteristics.(2)If Military/Aerospacespecifieddevicesare required,pleasecontactthe TexasInstrumentsSalesOffice/Distributors for availabilityandspecifications.(3)Applies to bothsingle-supplyand elevatedambienttemperaturecan resultinexceedingthe maximumallowedjunctiontemperatureof 150 C.(4)The maximumpowerdissipationis a functionof TJ(MAX), R JA, and TA. The maximumallowablepowerdissipationat any ambienttemperatureis PD= (TJ(MAX) TA)/R JA. All numbersapplyfor packagessoldereddirectlyinto a PC 65+150 CHumanbodymodel(HBM),per ANSI/ESDA/JEDECJS-001,all2500V(ESD)Elect rostaticdischargeVpins(1)(1)HumanBodyMod el, k in serieswith 100 pF .JEDECdocumentJEP155statesthat 2500-VHBMallowssafe manufacturingwith (1)overoperatingfree-airtemperaturerange (unlessotherwisenoted) V+ 24VOperatingTemperatureRange:LM6132,LM61 34 40+85 C(1)AbsoluteMaximumRatingsindicatelimits beyondwhichdamageto the devicemay deviceis intendedto be functional,but specificperformanceis not guaranteedspecificationsand the testconditions,see the ,8-PinD (SOIC)P (PDIP)THERMALMETRIC(1)UNIT8 PINS8 PINSR JAJunction-to-ambientthermalresistance19 3115 C/W(1)For moreinformationabouttraditionaland new thermalmetrics,see theIC PackageThermalMetricsapplicationreport, ,14-PinD (SOIC)NFF(PDIP)THERMALMETRIC(1)UNIT14 PINS14 PINSR JAJunction-to-ambientthermalresistance12 681 C/W(1)For moreinformationabouttraditionaland new thermalmetrics,see theIC PackageThermalMetricsapplicationreport, 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwise specified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= ,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ the temperatureextremesLM6134AILM6134BIPARAM ETERTESTCONDITIONSTYP(1)LM6132AILM6132BI UNITLIMIT(2)LIMIT(2) V/CIBInputBiasCurrent0V VCM ,CM104M CMRRCommonModeRejectionRatio0V VCM 4V75751007070dBmin0V VCM 5V6060805555PSRRPowerSupplyRejectionRati o V+ 12V7878dB827575minVCM 10k2515 Amplifier400400 A360450450max(1)TypicalValuesrepresentth e mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback5ProductFolderLinks: LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwise specified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= ,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ the temperatureextremesLM6134AILM6134BIPARAM ETERTESTCONDITIONSTYP(1)LM6132AILM6132BI UNITLIMIT(2)LIMIT(2)SRSlewRate 4V @ VS= 6V88V/ s14RS< 1 k 77minGBWGain-BandwidthProductf = 20 mPhaseMarginRL= 10k33degGmGainMarginRL= 10k10dBenInputReferredVoltageNoisef = 1 kHz27nV/ HzinInputReferredCurrentNoisef = 1 Hz(1)TypicalValuesrepresentthe mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwisespecified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= ,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ the temperatureextremeLM6134AILM6134BIPARAME TERTESTCONDITIONSTYP(1)LM6132AILM6132BIU NITLIMIT(2)LIMIT(2) VCM CMRRCommonModeRejectionRatio0V VCM V+ 10k100V/mVVOOutputSwingRL= Amplifier330 A(1)TypicalValuesrepresentthe mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwise specified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= ,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ (1)LIMITLIMIT(2)(2)GBWGain-BandwidthProd uctRL= 10k, f = 20 kHz7MHz mPhaseMarginRL= 10k23degGmGainMargin12dB(1)TypicalValues representthe mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 DC ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwise specified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= 24V,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ the temperatureextremeLM6134AILM6134BIPARAME TERTESTCONDITIONSTYP(1)LM6132AILM6132BIU NITLIMIT(2)LIMIT(2) VCM CMRRCommonModeRejectionRatio0V VCM V+ 24V82dBVCMInputCommon-ModeVoltageRange maxAVLargeSignalVoltageGainRL= 10k102V/mVVOOutputSwingRL= Amplifier450450 A390490490max(1)TypicalValuesrepresentth e mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor AC ElectricalCharacteristicsUnlessotherwise specified,all limitsguaranteedfor V+= 24V,V = 0V, VCM= VO= V+/2 and RL> 1 M to V+ (1)LM6132AILM6132BIUNITLIMIT(2)LIMIT(2)G BWGain-BandwidthProductRL= 10k, f = 20 kHz11MHz mPhaseMarginRL= 10k23degGmGainMarginRL= 10k12dBTHD+ NTotalHarmonicDistortionand NoiseAV= +1, VO= = 10 kHz(1)TypicalValuesrepresentthe mostlikelyparametricnormal.(2)All limitsare guaranteedby testingor 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback7ProductFolderLinks: LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 25 C, RL= 10 k unlessotherwisespecifiedFigure1. SupplyCurrentvs. SupplyVoltageFigure2. OffsetVoltagevs. SupplyVoltageFigure3. dVOSvs. VCMFigure4. dVOSvs. VCMFigure5. dVOSvs. VCMFigure6. IBIASvs. VCM8SubmitDocumentationFeedbackCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER2014TypicalPerformanceCh aracteristics(continued)TA= 25 C, RL= 10 k unlessotherwisespecifiedFigure7. IBIASvs. VCMFigure8. IBIASvs. VCMFigure9. InputBiasCurrentvs. SupplyVoltageFigure10. NegativePSRRvs. FrequencyFigure12. dVOSvs. OutputVoltageFigure11. PositivePSSRvs. FrequencyCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback9ProductFolderLinks: LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 (continued)TA= 25 C, RL= 10 k unlessotherwisespecifiedFigure13. dVOSvs. OutputVoltageFigure14. dVOSvs. OutputVoltageFigure15. CMRRvs. FrequencyFigure16. OutputVoltagevs. SinkingCurrentFigure17. OutputVoltagevs. SinkingCurrentFigure18. OutputVoltagevs. SinkingCurrent10SubmitDocumentationFeedb ackCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER2014TypicalPerformanceCh aracteristics(continued)TA= 25 C, RL= 10 k unlessotherwisespecifiedFigure19. OutputVoltagevs. SourcingCurrentFigure20. OutputVoltagevs. SourcingCurrentFigure22. NoiseVoltagevs. FrequencyFigure21. OutputVoltagevs. SourcingCurrentFigure23. NoiseCurrentvs. FrequencyFigure24. NF vs. SourceResistanceCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback11ProductFolderLinks :LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 (continued)TA= 25 C, RL= 10 k unlessotherwisespecifiedFigure25. Gainand Phasevs. FrequencyFigure26. Gainand Phasevs. FrequencyFigure27. Gainand Phasevs. FrequencyFigure28. GBWvs. SupplyVoltageat 20 kHz12SubmitDocumentationFeedbackCopyrigh t 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER20147 Applicationand LM6132bringsa new levelof easeof use to op maximumpossibledynamicrangeat the particularlyimportantwhenoperatingon low highgain-bandwidthwithlow supplycurrentopensnewbatterypoweredappli cations,wherehighpowerconsumptionpreviou slyreducedbatterylife to takeadvantageof thesefeatures,someideasshouldbe keptin mind,whichare outlinedin amps,the uniquephasereversalprevention/speed-upci rcuitin the inputstageeliminatesphasereversaland allowsthe slewrate to be a functionof the showshowexcessinputsignalis routedaroundthe inputcollector-basejunctionsdirectlyto LM6132/34inputstageconvertsthe inputvoltagechangeto a currentmirrorsthroughthe collectorsof Q1 Q2, Q3 Q4 whenthe inputlevelsare the inputsignalexceedsthe slewrate of the inputstageand the differentialinputvoltagerisesabovea diodedrop,the excesssignalbypassesthe normalinputtransistors,(Q1 Q4),and is routedin correctphasethroughthe two additionaltransistors,(Q5,Q6),directlyin to the reroutingof excesssignalallowsthe slew-rateto increaseby a factorof 10 to 1 or more.(SeeFigure29).As the overdriveincreases,the op ampreactsbetterthana conventionalop pulseswill raisetheslewrate to around25V to 30 V/ SlewRatevs. DifferentialVINVS= 12VThiseffectis mostnoticeableat highersupplyvoltagesand lowergainswhereincomingsignalsare likelyto speed-upactionaddsstabilityto the 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback13ProductFolderLinks :LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 (continued) phasemarginof all op causedby the outputresistanceof theamplifierand the loadcapacitanceformingan R-C phaselag leadto overshoot, limitingcan also causeadditionallag. Mostop ampswith a fixedmaximumslew-ratewill lagfurtherand furtherbehindwhendrivingcapacitiveloadse venthoughthe ,the lag causesthe slewrate to increasedslew-ratekeepsthe outputfollowingthe Afterthe outputhas caughtup with the input,the differentialinputvoltagedropsdownand the InternalBlockDiagram14SubmitDocumentatio nFeedbackCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 REVISEDSEPTEMBER2014EnhancedSlewRate(con tinued)Thesefeaturesallowthe LM6132to drivecapacitiveloadsas largeas 500 pF at unitygain and not (Figure31 and Figure32) showthe LM6132drivinga 500 pF Figure31 , the lowertraceiswith no capacitiveload and the uppertraceis with a 500 pF are operatingon 12V supplieswith a20 obtainedwith a Cfof 39 pF. In Figure32, the supplieshavebeenreducedto ,the pulseis 4 VPPand CFis 39 pF. The bestvaluefor the compensationcapacitorshouldbe establishedafterthe boardlayoutis finishedbecausethe valueis dependenton boardstraycapacity,the valueof thefeedbackresistor,the closedloop gain and,to someextent,the is commonto all op ampsis the phaseshift causedby the feedbackresistorand the takencareof at the sametimeas theeffectof the capacitiveload whenthe capacitoris placedacrossthe circuitshownin Figure33 was usedfor Figure31 and Twenty-VoltStepResponse:withCap Load(TopTrace)withoutCap Load(BottomTrace)Figure32. Four-VoltStepResponse:withCap Load(TopTrace)withoutCap Load(BottomTrace)Copyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback15ProductFolderLinks :LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 (continued)Figure33. Cap LoadTestCircuitFigure34 showsa methodfor compensatingfor loadcapacitance(CO) effectsby addingbothan isolationresistorROat the outputand a feedbackcapacitorCFdirectlybetweenthe outputand the the poleintroducedby ROand CO, minimizingringingin the outputwaveformwhilethe feedbackresistorRFcompensatesfor dc inaccuraciesintroducedby RO. Dependingon thesize of the load capacitance,the valueof ROis typicallychosento be between100 to 1 k .Figure34. CapacitiveLoadingCompensationTechnique16 SubmitDocumentationFeedbackCopyright 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134LM6132, APRIL2000 AmpInstrumentationAmpwithRail-to-RailInp utand OutputUsingthe LM6134,a 3 op ampinstrumentationamplifierwith rail-to-railinputsand rail to rail outputcan be a precisionvoltagedividerarrayof 5 resistorsto dividethe common-modevoltagetoget an inputrangeof rail-to-railor problemwith this methodis that it also dividesthe signal,so toevenget unitygain,the amplifiermustbe run at noiseand drift by theinternalgain factorand lowersthe mismatchin theseprecisionresistorsreducesthe CMRas LM6134,all of theseproblemsare this example,amplifiersA and B act as buffersto the differentialstage(Figure35). Thesebuffersassurethatthe inputimpedanceis over100 M and theyeliminatethe requirementfor precisionmatchedresistorsin the differenceampis drivenfroma necessarytomaintainthe CMRset by the matchingof R1 R2 with R3 PanelDisplayBufferingThreefeaturesof the LM6132/34makeit a superbchoicefor TFT ,its low currentdraw(360 A per amplifierat 5 V) makesit an idealchoicefor batterypoweredapplicationssuchas in ,sincethe deviceoperatesdownto V, it is a naturalchoicefor nextgeneration3V ,but not least,the largecapacitivedrivecapabilityof the LM6132comesin veryhandyin drivinghighlycapacitiveloadsthat are characteristicof largecapacitivedrivecapabilityof the LM6132/34allowsit to be usedas buffersfor the gammacorrectionreferencevoltageinputsof resistor-DACtypecolumn(Source)driversin TFT alsousefulfor bufferingonly the centerreferencevoltageinputof Capacitor-DACtypecolumn(Source)driverssu chas the VGAand SVGAdisplays,the bufferedvoltagesmustsettlewithinapproxim ately4 s, the well knowntechniqueof usinga smallisolationresistorin serieswiththe amplifier'soutputveryeffectivelydampenst heringingat the widesupplyvoltagerangeof V to 24 V, the LM6132/34can be usedfor a systemdesigneris thusableto choosea singledevicetypethat servesmanysub-circuitsinthe system,eliminatingthe needto specifymultipledevicesin the bill of its sisterparts,theLM6142and LM6152that havethe samewidesupplyvoltagecapability,choiceof the LM6132in a designeliminatesthe needto searchfor multiplesourcesfor new 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedSubmitD ocumentationFeedback17ProductFolderLinks :LM6132LM6134LM6132,LM6134SNOS751E APRIL2000 Deviceand ,supportandcommunityresources,toolsand software,and quickaccessto sampleor RelatedLinksTECHNICALTOOLS&SUPPORT&PARTS PRODUCTFOLDERSAMPLE& trademarksare the propertyof leadsshouldbe shortedtogetheror the deviceplacedin conductivefoamduringstorageor handlingto preventelectrostaticdamageto the TI glossarylists and explainsterms,acronyms,and Mechanical,Packaging,and OrderableInformationThe followingpagesincludemechanical,packagin g,and the mostcurrentdataavailablefor the subjectto changewithoutnoticeand revisionofthis browser-basedversionsof this datasheet,referto the 2000 2014,TexasInstrumentsIncorporatedProduct FolderLinks:LM6132LM6134PACKAGE OPTION 1PACKAGING INFORMATIONOrderable DeviceStatus(1)Package TypePackageDrawingPinsPackageQtyEco Plan(2)Lead/Ball Finish(6)MSL Peak Temp(3)Op Temp ( C)Device Marking(4/5)SamplesLM6132AIMNRNDSOICD895 TBDCall TICall TI-40 to 85LM6132AIMLM6132AIM/NOPBACTIVESOICD895G reen (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6132AIMLM6132AIMXNRNDSOICD82500TBDCa ll TICall TI-40 to 85LM6132AIMLM6132AIMX/NOPBACTIVESOICD825 00Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6132AIMLM6132BIMNRNDSOICD895TBDCall TICall TI-40 to 85LM6132BIMLM6132BIM/NOPBACTIVESOICD895G reen (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6132BIMLM6132BIMXNRNDSOICD82500TBDCa ll TICall TI-40 to 85LM6132BIMLM6132BIMX/NOPBACTIVESOICD825 00Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6132BIMLM6132BIN/NOPBACTIVEPDIPP840G reen (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-NA-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6132BINLM6134AIMNRNDSOICD1455TBDCall TICall TI-40 to 85LM6134AIMLM6134AIM/NOPBACTIVESOICD1455 Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6134AIMLM6134AIMX/NOPBACTIVESOICD142 500Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6134AIMLM6134BIMNRNDSOICD1455TBDCall TICall TI-40 to 85LM6134BIMLM6134BIM/NOPBACTIVESOICD1455 Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6134BIMLM6134BIMX/NOPBACTIVESOICD142 500Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-260C-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6134BIMLM6134BIN/NOPBACTIVEPDIPNFF14 25Green (RoHS& no Sb/Br)CU SNLevel-1-NA-UNLIM-40 to 85LM6134BIN (1) The marketing status values are defined as follows:ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new : TI has announced that the device will be discontinued, and a lifetime-buy period is in : Not recommended for new designs. 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