[sdiy] low input bias current opamps
markverbos at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 11:58:18 CEST 2018
Why does anyone like Digikey? Is it a Canadian thing? I also hate their search system.
I use Mouser for almost everything. They usually have the best price and the search engine is very usable.
> On Aug 15, 2018, at 9:15 AM, David G Dixon <dixon at mail.ubc.ca> wrote:
> I spent an hour on Digikey today. If you put in "Op amps" and filter for 4 units per package in through hole format, you get like 21 hits, none of which include any of the opamps I'm already aware of.
> I'm just too stupid to use the Digikey thing for finding parts.
> The Digikey filter thing makes me want to kill myself. That's why I come here and ask you guys. Cuz I don't wanna die young.
>> From: James Grenert [mailto:grenert at gmail.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 9:54 PM
>> To: David G Dixon; 'SDIY List'
>> Subject: Re:[sdiy] low input bias current opamps
>> The parametric filtering on suppliers like Digikey/Mouser is pretty good these days to find products with the desired characteristics.
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: [sdiy] low input bias current opamps
>> From: David G Dixon
>> To: 'SDIY List'
>>> Hey Team,
>>> I'm looking for opamps with the following properties:
>>> 1) Through-hole
>>> 2) Quad opamp
>>> 3) 14-DIP package
>>> 4) High power range (+/-18V, say)
>>> 5) Low input bias current (10 pA or less typical)
>>> 6) Pin-compatible with TL074, etc.
>>> 7) Not LF444 (cuz they all seem to be defective)
>>> So, basically, I'm looking for a suitable alternative for LF444.
>>> So, here are my questions:
>>> A) Do you know of such a thing
>>> B) How does one go about finding such a thing, generally?
>>> Thanks in advance!
>>> Dave (Floating VCA) Dixon
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