Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 in dev boards, parts by Ian
Touchstone Semi sent a demo board for the record-breaking, low power, low voltage TS1001 op-amp. We covered their design competition earlier.
The demo board has a complete support circuit so the parts are ready to evaluate. It’s populated with two TS1001 op-amps, in inverting and non-inverting configurations.
Attention component manufacturers: this is how to sample the latest tiny components. This little demo board is ready to connect to a test circuit. The op-amp is an
SOT-23-5 SC-70 package, which anyone can hand solder with a little practice, but it is a killer way to evaluate new lead-less parts (*cough* Maxim, TI).
We’ll hook it up to the Dangerous DSO and a lab oscilloscope for a demo soon. You can also sample their op-amps, and read more about Touchstone in EETimes.
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