Micropac Industries, 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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The 42106 is a high power, high voltage, high current, power operational amplifier and is a replacement for the PA51 & OPA501. They are designed to drive capacitive, inductive and...
The 42109, DSCC drawing #5962-9065901 is a high power, high voltage, high current, power operational amplifier and is a replacement for the PA12. The Op Amp is designed to drive...
The 42115 ( DSCC Drawing #5962-9082801) is a high power, high voltage, high current, power operational amplifier which also is an alternate to the popular OPA511 and PA10. The high...
The 42142 is a power operational amplifier designed for military and space applications where radiation tolerance is required. Utilizing multi-chip hybrid construction, the 42142 power operational amplifier combines 10A load...
The 42143 Power Operational Amplifier designed for military and space applications where radiation tolerance is required. Utilizing multi-chip hybrid construction, the 42143 Power Operational Amplifier combines 2A load current capability...