THAT1240P08-U Balanced Line ReceiverFeatures | Pricing | Description | Datasheet
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|Supply Voltage (minimum)||±3V|
|Supply Voltage (maximum)||±18V|
|Common Mode Rejection||90dB|
|CMR with 600Ω source mismatch||30dB|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||0.0006%|
|Power Supply Rejection||90dB|
|Number of Circuits||1|
- THAT1240S08-U is compatible with the SSM2141 and INA134
- THAT1240P08-U is a drop-in for SSM2141
- High CMRR (90 dB typ. at 60Hz)
- Wide Bandwidth (>24MHz typ.)
- Low Distortion(0.0006% typ.)
- Low Noise (-103dBu typ.)
- Low Current (2 mA typ.)
The THAT 1240 precision differential amplifier is designed primarily for use as an audio balanced line receiver.
The device is protected from EOS/ESD by diode clamps on critical pins making it a reliable alternative for real-world products.
The device exhibits a gain of 0 dB, 90 dB of typical common-mode rejection, a slew rate of 12 V/us, a 20MHz bandwidth, and 0.0006% THD.
The THAT 1240 is laser-trimmed to obtain the precision resistor matching needed for high CMR performance.
The THAT 1240 provides the sonic benefit of discrete designs, with the compact size, reliability, matching, and thermal tracking of a fully integrated solution.
Demonstration Board THAT1240DEMO is available for this product.