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What types of op-amps are available?

Op-amps can be divided into two types according to the manufacturing process used:

  • Bipolar op-amps
  • CMOS op-amps

Although bipolar op-amps require high input bias current and consume much power, they typically withstand high voltage.
Conversely, CMOS op amps have low withstand voltage, but feature a small input bias current and low current consumption.

Op-amps can also be categorized into the following types according to their electrical characteristics:

In addition, op-amps can be grouped according to their intended applications:

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