Status: In Production
The MCP6041 operational amplifier (op amp) has a gain bandwidth product of 14 kHz with a low typical operating current of 600 nA and an offset voltage that is less than 3 mV. The MCP6041 uses Microchip's advanced CMOS technology, which provides low bias current, high-speed operation, high open-loop gain and rail-to-rail output swing. The MCP6041 operates with a single supply voltage that can be as low as 1.4V, while drawing less than 1.0 of quiescent current. The MCP6041 is available in standard 8-lead PDIP, SOIC and MSOP packages. This amplifier is ideal for industrial process control, low-power battery-operated devices, portable equipment and wearable products.
The MCP6SX2 PGA Thermistor PICtail Demo Board features the MCP6S22 and MCP6S92 Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA). These devices help:
This board supports the capacitive humidity sensor application note AN1016. It measures the capacitance of a relative humidity sensor plugged into the board. The on-board microcontroller sends the measured and calculated relative humidity (RH) to a PC for display.
The board can also measure small capacitors in different ranges of values using a dual slope integration method. The...
This is a blank PCB that allows the operation of Microchip Technology’s 8-pin devices to be easily evaluated. Each device pin is connected to a pull-up resistor, a pull-down resistor, an in-line resistor, and a loading capacitor. The PCB pads allow through hole or surface mount connectors to be installed to ease connection to the board. Additional passive component footprints are on the...
This Blank PCB allows the system designer to quickly evaluate the operation of Microchip Technology’s Voltage Supervisors and Voltage Detectors in the SOT-23-5 (5-pin) and SOT-23-6 (6-pin) packages. This PCB supports many Microchip device families, including the Nonvolitile Digital Potentiometer and PIC10F2xx devices.
The PSRR and Digital Noise Evaluation Board (104-00139) is designed to explore and quantify the effects of power and digital noise on system performance. These experiments will help system designers understand the impact that power and digital noise can have in their design.
The PSRR and Digital Noise Evaluation Board supports measurement of Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR)...
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