LOG104AID Texas Instruments, Log Amplifier, 8-Pin SOIC

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COO (Country of Origin): MY
Product Details

Logarithmic Amplifiers, Texas Instruments

A precise and versatile integrated circuit that offers easy to use log ratio function. Able to compute the logarithm or log ratio of input current, this device is typically used in optical power meters and optical density measurement.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Power Supply Type Dual
Typical Dual Supply Voltage ±12 V, ±15 V, ±5 V, ±9 V
Maximum Input Offset Voltage 1.5mV
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOIC
Pin Count 8
Dimensions 4.9 x 3.91 x 1.58mm
Height 1.58mm
Length 4.9mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Width 3.91mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Price Each (In a Tube of 75)
MYR 54.359
units
Per unit
Per Tube*
75 +
MYR54.359
MYR4,076.925
*price indicative
Due to temporarily constrained supply, RS is unable to accept backorders at this time
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