The TLV370x is Texas Instruments’ first family of nanopower comparators with only 560 nA per channel supply current, which make this device ideal for battery power and wireless handset applications.
The TLV370x has a minimum operating supply voltage of 2.7 V over the extended industrial temperature range (TA = –40°C to 125°C), while having an input common-mode range of –0.1 to VCC + 5 V. The low supply current makes it an ideal choice for battery-powered portable applications where quiescent current is the primary concern. Reverse battery protection guards the amplifier from an overcurrent condition due to improper battery installation. For harsh environments, the inputs can be taken 5 V above the positive supply rail without damage to the device.
All members are available in PDIP and SOIC with the singles in the small SOT-23 package, duals in the MSOP, and quads in the TSSOP package.
• Low Supply Current ... 560 nA/Per Channel
• Input Common-Mode Range Exceeds the Rails ...
–0.1 V to VCC + 5 V
• Supply Voltage Range ... 2.5 V to 16 V
• Reverse Battery Protection Up to 18 V
• Push-Pull CMOS Output Stage
• Specified Temperature Range
– 0°C to 70°C – Commercial Grade
– –40°C to 125°C – Industrial Grade
• Ultra-Small Packaging
– 5-Pin SOT-23 (TLV3701)
– 8-Pin MSOP (TLV3702)
• Universal Op-Amp EVM (Reference SLOU060 for
• Portable Battery Monitoring
• Consumer Medical Electronics
• Security Detection Systems
• Handheld Instruments
• Ultra-Low Power Systems