Contact us
Company: Excellent Integrated System Limited
Contact person: Ella Cai
Email: [email protected][email protected]
Skype: sales009-EIS
Phone: 0086-755-23611101
Fax: 0086-755-61679009-109
Contact Now
Home > News > Company News > CMOS op-amp achieves 2.9nV/√Hz.....

CMOS op-amp achieves 2.9nV/√Hz and 5μV for sensing

  • Author:Ella Cai
  • Release on:2018-07-06
Rohm is aiming at high-accuracy sensing with a low-noise CMOS op-amp. Accelerometers used in sonar systems and optical sensors are potential applications.

LMR1802G-LB achieves input equivalent noise of 2.9nV/√Hz at 1kHz, and 7.8nV/√Hz at 10Hz – according to the firm, it created a new differential input stage circuit to get these figures.

It also has 68° phase margin and an anti-oscillation capacitive load tolerance of 500pF for stability – claimed to be best-in-class by the firm, and also due to the new input stage.

Input offset voltage is 450µV, and input bias current is 0.5pA, according to Rohm’s product announcement, however the data sheet reveals this input offset to be the 25°C maximum, and puts the typical figure at an excellent 5μV, with a maximum of 500μV over temperature.

“In recent years, in addition to IoT devices, sensors are being adopted in a variety of applications from portables and vehicle systems to industrial equipment, to improve functionality and provide advanced control,” said Rohm. “Used to detect and convert various environmental and physical changes into signals, sensors demand high accuracy, but at the same time peripheral sensor circuitry is trending towards lower voltages to achieve greater power savings.”

Operation is across 2.5 – 5.5V single rail (±1.25 to ±2.75 dual), from which it draws 1.5mA max, and -40 to +125°C.

Section 1 (page 16) of the data sheet has a rather nice explanation of the input structure parasitic diodes.

Samples are available, with production scheduled for October.

Other applications foreseen are sonar and optical-based distance measuring equipment, security systems, as a photodiode amplifier in anything IR – remote controls and night vision, for example, plus hard drives, flow meters and gas detectors.