Lm339 datasheet

The LM3and LM339A devices are characterized. Includes Ground for operation from 0°C to 70°C. Differential Input Voltage Range Equal to. Maximum-Rated Supply Voltage: ±V for operation from –40°C to 125°C. See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package dimensions section on page of this data sheet.

See general marking information in the device marking section on page of this data sheet. Low-power quad voltage comparators. Datasheet – production data. Very low supply current ( mA) independent of supply voltage.

Low input bias current: nA typ. LM3- Low power quad voltage comparator, LM339DT, LM339PT, LM339APT, LM339EDT, LM339A LM339 LM339QT, LM339ADT, LM339EPT, STMicroelectronics. Основные характеристики LM3: Описание на русском языке доступно в файле. LM3, LM339N четырехканальный компаратор характеристики datasheet на русском. QUAD DIFFERENTIAL COMPARATORS.

D Single Supply or Dual Supplies. D Low Supply-Current Drain Independent of. Common mode input voltage range includes ground. Low output saturation voltage. DTL and MOS logic system.

Output compatible with TTL. LM3is a comparator IC with four inbuilt comparators. A comparator is a simple circuit that moves signals between the analog and digital worlds.

These comparators also have a unique characteris- tic in that the input common- mode voltage range includes ground even though operated from a single power supply voltage. These were designed specifically to operate from a . Texas Instruments semiconductor products and disclaimers thereto appears at the end of this data sheet. PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date. Low supply current drain independent of supply voltage. Wide range of supply voltages.

Input common-mode voltage range includes ground. These devices consist of four independent preci- sion voltage comparators with an offset voltage specifications as low as 2mV max for LM339A,. All these comparators were designed specifically to operate from a sin- gle power supply aver a wide range of voltages. Operation from split power supplies .