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Hi. I am using IL300 optocoupler for my voltage isolation (except 1 output voltage value rest all linear to the input). I want to use the same for current sensing and connect it to my ADC. I am not sure if for the current sensing its the same circuit as mentioned in the datasheet under typica
Let us assume a device with a square law model. Then the input offset voltage would depend both upon the mobility and threshold voltage. So yes, there can be reversal.
1. I can suggest you to use an opamp with very low input offset voltage (also known as Chopper or auto zero or zero drift. the name varies with manufacturer but the functions are same). Non of the opamp which is embedded into the microcontroller will suitable to interface your sensor (except Cypress PSoC (...)
Wrong question title? Output swing problems would show as voltage clipping, but we see a clean sine. Either you are talking about an insufficient gain or offset problem. Please reconsider. Sorry, I missed the orange vout line. There's a least a bias problem. But you would apply a larger input voltage to see the available (...)
Increasing the gain will increase the noise and the input offset voltage. Simply add another amplifier at its output (maybe another AD8226).
I am using an AD8041 IC as a buffer for a 0.2Vpp sinewave input at 1kHz from the function generator.The circuit is set on an NI Elvis II+ board.The buffer is unloaded but there occurs some offset at the output of the buffer. Why is this happening?
To test a digital thermometer, i need a circuit that generates a 4-20mA current ramp in 20min (1200 sec) in the up and down direction (also of 1200sec). The power supply available is 12V and the input resistance of the digital thermometer is 250 Ohm. Thank You
There's a problem here. Your initial question states that you're trying to convert a current input, and then your final equation is for a voltage input. Which is it? Are you missing something?
Hi, Just use 741. The values of R anc C don't change. What opamp to use depend on other parameters like noise, input curren, offset voltage, gain.... From your description, i think you should try the 741. For sure there are opamps with better performance. Klaus
Hi All, I am designing a two stage miller opamp (pmos input differential pair) in subthreshold region. I am using 32nm technology node. The parameters are given below: 1. Supply voltage = 1V 2. Bias Current = 200nA 3. Transistor Length = 160nm=(5 Lmin) There are no specific requirements but I have to just reduce power dissipation. I am (...)
First of all, you need an opamp with a low input offset voltage, since that gets amplified along with everything else. For the MCP602 the offset is specified to be 2mV. That means with NOTHING on the input the output could be at 200mV. Since it's AC coupled that's probably not a problem. (...)
hello, I am using op-amp comparator for comparing input value to the reference voltage. While input pins of the opamp are not connected(floating) still i get output of 4v at the output pin due to that in by default mode LED on output pin turn on. here i attached circuit. please find it and provide solution.111958 Here
Hello. I'm trying to determine the offset of the ADC in my arduino Due, 3,3V reference 12bit SAR ADC. I can put on a small voltage without any transition from 0 reading but I want to know how little it is, 3300mV/4095=0,80586≈806?V LSB My brain does not literally work always as it should and today I can't figure out the simplest of thi
Hi, your input voltage range is 2.5 ... 3.5V, this makes a difference of 1V Your output range is 0...5V, this makes a difference of 5V. Gain = dUout/dUin = 5V/1V = 5 Now you can use a simple non inverting opamp circuit with gain = 5 Lets call the upper (feedback) resistor "RF" and the resistor to GND = "RG" Now you need to compensate (...)
Hi, Background: The opamp OPA547 is used in 2 identical but separate units of power supplies. One unit is functioning properly whereas the other one is defective. After comparison it was figured out that every pin of these two opamps has the same value/voltage except the input & outp
That's kind of an incomplete question. You don't tell us what your input is or your power supplies. But that -700mV is simply an offset (which, curiously, is going to be multiplied by the gain of your second stage.)
A real oscillator starts by amplifying its own noise. But your simulation program has no noise. The oscillator will start if you can add some offset voltage at an input.
i want to know what is opamp's input offset voltage???? what are the reasons which causes it..... please answer me as soon as possible..... :-|
The input voltages of a linear opamp are almost the same because its open-loop voltage gain is very high. The (+) input voltage is 0v so the (-) input is also 0V. 1) You want the output to be -5V when the input is 0V so R2 has 5mA in it. 2) You want an (...)
Yes, I didn't noticed double width of MP3. You should monitor operation points of all transistors and also determine the actual input offset. There will be still a certain inbalance due to different Vds.


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