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Application Circuit of Low Noise Op-amp TC75S67TU for Ultrasonic Distance Sensor

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Description

  • Ultrasonic distance sensor used low noise Op-amp TC75S67TU
  • Introduction of US distance sensor application of TC75S67TU
  • US distance sensor application method and notes of TC75S67TU 

Features

  • Super low noize level
  • Measure to 6m
  • Small board size

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Part Number Device Category Portion Usage Description
TC75S67TU Op-amp

Amplifier section・3

VNI=6nV/√Hz(typ)@VDD=2.5V / UFV(SOT-353F)
TCR2EE33 LDO regulator Sensor drive section・1 VDO=150mV(typ.)@IOUT=150mA / ESV(SOT553)
BAV99 switching diode Sensor section・2 VF=0.715V(max)@IF=1mA / SOT23
JDH2S02FS Schottky barrier diode Detector section・2 VF=0.24V(typ.)@IF=1mA / fSC

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