The NE5230 is a very low voltage operational amplifier that can perform with a voltage supply as low as 1.8 V or as high as 15 V. In addition, split or single supplies can be used, and the output will swing to ground when applying the latter. There is a bias adjusting pin which controls the supply current required by the device and therebycontrols its power consumption. If the part is operated at ±0.9 V supply voltages, the current required is only 110 mA when the current control pin is left open. Even with this low power consumption, the device obtains a typical unity gain bandwidth of 250 kHz. When the bias adjusting pin is connected to the negative supply, the unity gain bandwidth is typically 600 kHz while the supply currentis increased to 600 mA. In this mode, the part will supply full power output beyond the audio range. The NE5230 also has a unique input stage that allows the common−mode input range to go above the positive and below the negative supply voltages by 250 mV. This provides for the largest possible input voltages for low voltage applications. The part is also internally−compensated to reduce externalcomponent count. The NE5230 has a low input bias current of typically ±40 nA, and a large open−loop gain of 125 dB. These two specifications are beneficial when using the device in transducer applications. The large open−loop gain gives very accurate signal processing because of the large “excess” loop gain in a closed−loop system. The output stage is a class AB type that can swing to within 100 mVof the supply voltages for the largest dynamic range that is needed in many applications. The NE5230 is ideal for portable audio equipment and remote transducers because of its low power consumption, unity gain bandwidth, and 30 nV/√Hz noise specification.
8 1 SOIC−8 D SUFFIX CASE 751 8 1 PDIP−8 N SUFFIX CASE 626
N, D Packages NC −IN +IN VEE
1 23 4 − + 8 7 6 5
NC VCC OUTPUT BIAS ADJ.
DEVICE MARKING INFORMATION
See general marking information in the device marking section on page 16 of this data sheet.
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Works Down to 1.8 V Supply Voltages Adjustable Supply Current Low Noise Common−mode Includes Both Rails VOUT Within 100 mV of Both Rails Pb−Free Packages are Available
See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package dimensions section on page 16 of this data sheet.
Portable Precision Instruments Remote Transducer Amplifier Portable Audio Equipment Rail−to−Rail Comparators Half−wave Rectification without Diodes Remote Temperature Transducer with 4.0 to 20 mA Output Transmission
© Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC,2006
March, 2006 − Rev. 4
Publication Order Number: NE5230/D
NE5230, SA5230, SE5230
Rating Single Supply Voltage Dual Supply Voltage Input Voltage (Note 1) Differential Input Voltage (Note 1) Common−Mode Voltage (Positive) Common−Mode Voltage (Negative) Power Dissipation (Note 2) Thermal Resistance, Junction−to−Ambient N Package D Package VCM VCM PD RqJA Symbol VCCVS VIN Value 18 ±9 ±9 (18) ±VS VCC + 0.5 VEE − 0.5 500 130 182 150 0 to 70 −40 to 85 −40 to 125 Indefinite Tstg Tsld −65 to 150 230 Unit V V V V V V mW °C/W
Operating Junction Temperature (Note 2) Operating Temperature Range NE SA SE
80 Output Short−Circuit Duration to Either Power Supply Pin (Notes 2 and 3) Storage Temperature Lead Soldering Temperature (10 sec max)
Stresses exceeding Maximum Ratings may damage the device. Maximum Ratings are stress ratings only. Functional operation above the Recommended Operating Conditions is not implied. Extended exposure to stresses above the Recommended Operating Conditions may affect device reliability. 1. Can exceed the supply voltages when VS ≤ ±7.5 V (15 V). 2. The maximum operating junction temperature is...