Low Power Comparator


Product icon for Low Power Comparator

Product Overview

The agileCMP_LP is a comparator suitable for use in any low power system. It is designed to provide a flexible range of comparison voltages suitable for many sensor interface designs. The agileCMP_LP consists of a voltage reference generator and comparator set at different threshold levels for multi-level detection and the output is not latched.

Agile Analog designs are based on tried and tested architectures to ensure reliability and functionality. Our design methodology is programmatic, systematic and repeatable leading to analog IP that is more verifiable, more robust and more reliable. Our methodology also allows us to quickly re-target our IP to different process options. We support all the major foundries including TSMC, GlobalFoundries, Samsung Foundry and SMIC as well as other IC foundries and manufacturers.

Key Information


Active current: 2.20mA (typical) • Powered-down current: 9.8nA (typical) • Detection time: 2ms (typical) • Hysteresis: 16.5mV (typical) • Threshold step size: 56.25mV • Threshold accuracy: 4.5mV (max) • Silicon area: 0.013 mm2 in 16nm technology • PSRR: @f < 1MHz: 38.5dB (typical) • @f ≥ 1MHz: 27.9dB (typical)


Low IQ: Low current consumption for power sensitive applications • Sensor Interface: Multi-threshold comparison for optimal sensor interfacing

Block diagram for Low Power Comparator - agileCMP_LP

Block Diagram | Low Power Comparator | agileCMP_LP

Product Brief

Thank you for your enquiry.
One of our analog IP experts will be in contact shortly.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Related Information

Take a look at this selection of Agile Analog product and marketing related information. These press releases offer some interesting insights into our industry collaborations and product development work.


Agile Analog delivers first full always-on IP subsystem

March 12, 2024

Digitally wrapped analog IP subsystems launched

April 25, 2023

Agile Analog announces a new RC Oscillator IP

July 11, 2022
Contact Us >