Analog Devices Inc. ADA4610-4 Precision Quad Amplifiers

Analog Devices ADA4610-4 features quad-channel, precision JFET amplifiers that provide low input noise voltage, current noise, offset voltage, input bias current, and rail-to-rail output. The design of the ADA4610-4 amplifiers makes these devices well-suited for high impedance sensor amplification and precise current measurements using shunts.

Offering excellent DC precision, low noise, and fast settling time, the ADA4610-4 amplifiers deliver superior accuracy in medical instruments, electronic measurement, and automated test equipment. ADA4610-4 maintains fast settling performance with substantial capacitive loads. In addition, ADA4610-4 does not suffer from output phase reversal when input voltages exceed the maximum common-mode voltage range. 

ADA4610-4's fast slew rate and great stability, make it a good fit for high-performance filters. Low input bias currents, low offset, and low noise achieve a wide dynamic range for photodiode amplifier circuits. Low noise and distortion, high output current, and excellent speed make the ADA4610-4 amplifiers a great choice for audio applications. 

Specified over the −40°C to +125°C extended industrial temperature range, ADA4610-4 amplifiers are available in 14-lead SOIC and 16-lead LFCSP packages.


  • Low offset voltage
    • A grade: 1mV maximum
  • Low offset voltage drift
    • A grade: 8μV/°C maximum
  • Low input bias current: 5pA typical
  • Dual-supply operation: ±5V to ±15V
  • Low voltage noise: 0.45μ Vp-p at 0.1Hz to 10Hz
  • Voltage noise density: 7.3nV/√Hz at f = 1kHz
  • Low distortion (THD + noise): 0.00025%
  • No phase reversal
  • Rail-to-rail output
  • Unity-gain stable


  • Instrumentation
  • Medical instruments
  • Multipole filters
  • Precision current measurement
  • Photodiode amplifiers
  • Sensors
  • Audio

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Published: 2015-08-25 | Updated: 2022-03-11