MCP6G04-E/SL Microchip, Programmable Gain Amplifier, Rail to Rail Input/Output, 14-Pin SOIC

  • RS Stock No. 876-7281
  • Mfr. Part No. MCP6G04-E/SL
  • Manufacturer Microchip
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Product Details

Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA), Microchip

Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA)

Programmable Gain Amplifiers are Operational, Instrumentation or Differential Amplifiers in which the gain can be programmed or selected, either via hardware (IC pin selection) or software using a serial communications link.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Power Supply Type Single
Maximum Input Offset Voltage 4.5mV
Maximum Input Resistance 500kΩ
Number of Channels per Chip 1
Rail to Rail Rail to Rail Input/Output
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOIC
Pin Count 14
Output Type Rail to Rail
Dimensions 8.81 x 3.99 x 1.55mm
Height 1.55mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Length 8.81mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +125 °C
Width 3.99mm
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