THAT1280S14-U Dual 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||2|
- Drop in for INA2134
- High CMRR (90 dB typ. at 60Hz)
- Wide Bandwidth (>7.6MHz typ.)
- Low Distortion (0.0006% typ.)
- Low Noise (-104.5dBu typ.)
- Low Current (3 mA typ per device)
- 0dB gain
The THAT 1280 precision differential amplifiers are designed primarily for use as a balanced line receivers for audio applications and provides a gain of 0 dB.
The device is laser-trimmed in wafer form to obtain the precision resistor matching needed for high CMR performance and precise gain.
Manufactured in THAT Corporations proprietary complementary dielectric isolation (DI) process, the 1280 provides the sonic benefits of discrete designs with the simplicity,reliability, matching, and small size of a fully integrated solution.
The 1280 typically exhibits a 90 dB of common-mode rejection. With 15 V/us slew rate, 7.6 MHz or higher bandwidth, and 0.0006% THD, this device is sonically transparent. Additionally, current consumption is typically a low 6 mA (3 mA per amplifier).
The 1280 is available in a 14-pin SOIC package and is pin-compatible with the TI INA2134.