Maxim Integrated Datasheets for Buffer Amplifiers

Buffer amplifiers have unity gain. They are used to match impedances between two devices, or as isolators.
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Product Name Notes
The MAX4200–MAX4205 are ultra-high-speed, open-loop buffers featuring high slew rate, high output current, low noise, and excellent capacitive-load-driving capability. The MAX4200/MAX4201/MAX4202 are single buffers, while the MAX4203/MAX4204/MAX4205 are dual buffers.
The MAX4208/MAX4209 ultra-low offset and drift instrumentation amplifiers feature exceptional precision specifications, low power consumption, rail-to-rail output, excellent gain-bandwidth product, and buffered REFIN/MODE input in a very small µMAX® package.
The MAX4214/MAX4215/MAX4217/MAX4219/MAX4222 are precision, closed-loop, gain of +2 (or -1) buffers featuring high slew rates, high output current drive, and low differential gain and phase error. They operate with a...
The MAX4285/MAX4286 single and MAX4287/MAX4288/MAX4387/MAX4388 dual ADC buffer amplifiers feature high-speed performance and single +3V supply operation. The MAX4285/MAX4286/MAX4288 and MAX4388 offer a disable feature that reduces power-supply current and...
The MAX4356 is a 16 x 16 highly integrated video crosspoint switch matrix with input and output buffers and On-Screen Display (OSD) Insertion. This device operates from dual ±3V to...
The single MAX4036/MAX4037 and dual MAX4038/MAX4039 operational amplifiers operate from a single +1.4V to +3.6V (without reference) or +1.8V to +3.6V (with reference) supply and consume only 800nA of supply...