Microchip Technology, Inc. Datasheets for Analog Comparators

Analog comparators are amplifiers that compare the magnitude of voltages at two inputs. An analog comparator is an operational amplifier with negative feedback removed, and with no feedback and very high gain, the output voltage goes to one extreme to the other.
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The MCP6541 is a Push-pull, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6541R is a Push-pull, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6541U is a Push-pull, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6542 is a Push-pull, dual comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6543 is a Push-pull, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6544 is a Push-pull, quad comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. This device...
The MCP6546 is an Open-Drain, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp and is...
The MCP6546R is an open drain, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA, a maximum of 1 microamp, 4us propogation...
The MCP6546U is a open drain, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp. Additional...
The MCP6547 is an Open Drain, dual comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp and...
The MCP6548 is an Open Drain, single comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp and...
The MCP6549 is an Open Drain, quad comparator. This single-ended device operates from 1.6V to 5.5V, with typical quiescent current of 600 nA and a maximum of 1 microamp and...
The MCP65R41 single, push-pull output comparator is optimized for low-power, single-supply applications with greater than rail-to-rail input operation. The output limits supply current surges and dynamic power consumption while switching.
The MCP65R46 single, open drain output comparator is optimized for low-power, single-supply applications with greater than rail-to-rail input operation. The output limits supply current surges and dynamic power consumption while...
The MIC6270 is a precision voltage comparator with an offset voltage specification of 5mV maximum. The MIC6270 is designed to operate from a single 2V to 36V power supply. Operation...
The MIC7211 and MIC7221 are micropower comparators featuring rail-to-rail input performance in Micrel’s IttyBitty® SOT-23-5 package. The MIC7211/21 is ideal for systems where small size is a critical consideration. The...
The MIC833 is a micropower precision dual voltage comparator with an on-chip reference and latch. High- and low-voltage thresholds are adjusted independently, allowing for wide hysteresis. Three external resistors determine...
The MIC841 and MIC842 are micropower, precision voltage comparators with an on-chip voltage reference. Both devices are intended for voltage monitoring applications. External resistors are used to set the voltage...
These comparators are optimized for low power, single-supply operation with greater than rail-to-rail input operation. The open drain output of the MCP6566/7/9 family with a pull-up resistor, can be used...
These comparators are optimized for low power, single-supply operation with greater than rail-to-rail input operation. The push-pull output of the MCP6561/2/4 family supports rail-to-rail output swing, and interfaces with TTL/CMOS...