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2,5V @ 20ppm voltage reference

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lm341a

Is it possible to get a 2,5V with 20ppm voltage reference using LM341A IC?
If not what should I use instead?

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Fernando
 

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A 20 ppm reference is going to be a little more expensive than the regular 50 ppm ones.

I recommend
TI's REF3125: http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/ref3125.html

Maxim: MAX6033, MAX6035, or others: http://para.maxim-ic.com/compare.as...48B,1748C,17490,17492,17495,17496,17497,17498

Analog Devices: AD680, ADR03 or others: www.analog.com/dynamic/parametric/scResultsDisplay.asp?SearchType=PSS&ProductLine=REF

Linear Technology: LT1460 www.analog.com/dynamic/parametric/scResultsDisplay.asp?SearchType=PSS&ProductLine=REF

Intersil ISL60002DIH325, or others www.intersil.com/products/deviceresults.asp?i=14925
 

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