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Part Number: OPA1632
I have a current to voltage conversion application that I'm evaluating, the current to voltage stage following a differential current-output DAC. I need to convert a ~60mA peak to peak signal to ~3.5v peak to peak voltage. This seems to require a much smaller feedback resistor (60 ohms) than the data sheet recommends - the minimum listed being 348 ohms. I believe I'm within the safe operating area for the the chip's current and dissipation but I'm wondering if there is any increased risk of instability.
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In reply to Brian Josephs:
I think it should be ok to use an Rf of 60 ohms. You should be able to simulate your circuit in TINA-TI (attached below) to check for stability.
Below is one schematic that converts a 60mA input differential current into 3.6Vpp output. OPA1632_ItoV.TSC
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