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THAT6261 Datasheet PDF


Part Number THAT6261
Manufacturer THAT
Title 2-Channel Low-Noise ProgrammableGain Preamplifier
Description The THAT 626x is a family of two-channel “all-inone” digitally controlled preamplifiers with integrated ADC drivers. Gain is programmable from -8...
Features
 Low noise:
  –127 dBu EIN1 (max gain)

  –8 dB to +34 dB gain
 Choice of step size: 1, 3, or 6dB
 +16.5 dBu maximum input (min gain)
 Integrated ADC driver with reference input
 High common-mode rejection: 65dB
 Very low power: 30 mW per channel
 Unipolar or Bipolar power supplies Analog: +10V...

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