offset voltage

offset voltage

[′ȯf‚set ‚vōl·tij]
(electronics)
The differential input voltage that must be applied to an operational amplifier to return the zero-frequency output voltage to zero volts, due to device mismatching at the input stage.
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Compared to competitive solutions, it enables an offset voltage of 25 oV and a 33 percent lower offset-voltage drift of 80 nV/aeC to provide long-term temperature stability over the lifetime of the end equipment.
The output offset voltage is - 4mv that can be deleted in image processor with software.
This causes toggling the output voltage polarity, but the offset voltage remains a consistent bias on the output.
Nuclear (alpha) source ionizers and electrical ionizers with feedback loop systems are available with lower offset voltage levels if needed in critical applications.
The origin of the differential DC offset voltage is the same as the offset voltage in single-ended amplifiers.
Offset voltage aging of on-board amplifiers has been reduced to a maximum of 0.
The ionizing balance (equality of positive and negative ions) of the active eliminator is important to be aware of, because the offset voltage differential (usually negative) of some ionizers could cause damage.
ADI) today introduced a high precision amplifier offering the industry's best combination of offset voltage, voltage thermal drift, bandwidth, slew rate and voltage noise for front-end amplifier circuits.
They feature the industry's lowest gain drift, offset voltage and offset drift, and the highest precision reference, giving engineers unprecedented levels of accuracy for their designs throughout the full extended industrial temperature range.
The output offset voltage and its thermal drift is another concern if very large transfer resistance values are used.
The self-correcting architecture of the MCP6V11/31 family provides a maximum input offset voltage of 8 oV for ultra-low-offset and low-offset drift, enabling maximum accuracy across time and temperature.
2-AHigh accuracy signal amplification Low input offset voltage combined with high common-mode rejection ratio (70dB min vs.