Part Number: LM741 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LF356 , TL071 I am using the attached circuit.
It is a standard inverting amplifier circuit.
There is a class D switching amplifier nearby and the switching frequency is 51 kHz.
Noise from the switching…
Part Number: LF356 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LF156 Dear Specialists,
My customer is considering LF356 and has a question.
I would be grateful if you could advise.
Regarding LF356 datasheet P.8 of 6.9 Typical Characteristics, it is described…
Part Number: LF356 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA604 In the Datasheet, there is a device classified as "LF356B" which has a higher supported voltage range, better offset, etc. But the "B" version is not in the Orderables.
Part Number: LF356-MIL Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LF356 hi
i want to use the LF356-MIL in a light integration circuit
in the example i got i dont have any definition of the balance pins
what is the offset voltage i need to supply?
thanks for the…
Part Number: LF356 Hi,
Attached circuit diagram of LF356N/NOPB (Ref Des: U51) Amplifier used in my design below. DAC out is connected to this Op-Amp and the output is connected to the two Analog Multiplexer MPC508AP (Ref Des: U41 & U38). Again U41 is connected…
Part Number: LF356 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LF353
I am building a peak detector circuit as shown below, but the output is off base line + 1V, is there any way to remedy this?
The power supply for LF356 is +/- 15V. Thank you,