Microchip Technology, Inc. Datasheets for Power Operational Amplifiers

Power operational amplifiers (POA) are used to increase the power of low-level signals in applications that drive low impedances or reactive loads. They dissipate excess energy as heat, deliver extensive current, and can sustain relatively high supply voltages.
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Product Name Notes
HV254 is a 32-channel, high voltage, amplifier array integrated circuit. It operates on a 275V high voltage supply and two low voltage supplies: +5.0V and -5.0V. Each channel has its...
HV256 is a 32-channel, high voltage, amplifier array integrated circuit. It operates on a single high voltage supply, up to 300V, and two low voltage supplies, VDD and VNN. The...
HV257 is a 32-channel, high voltage, sample and hold amplifier array integrated circuit. It operates on a single high voltage supply, up to 300V, and two low voltage supplies, VDD...
HV264 is a quad high voltage amplifier array integrated circuit. It operates on a 200V high voltage supply and a 5.0V low voltage supply. Each channel has its own input...
The HV265 device is a 4-channel high-voltage operational amplifier array with an optional internal feedback resistor network. The amplifier array IC operates on a 225 V high-voltage supply and a...
The HV56264 IC is an AECQ100 rated, Quad High Voltage Amplifier Array integrated circuit. The device operates on a 225V high voltage supply and a 5.0V low voltage supply. Amplifiers...