Part Number: LM224-N Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM224 Hi Team,
My customer wants to know the slew rate of LM224-N but he cannot find this parameter in the datasheet. Could team help to provide this factor?
Thanks very much.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM224 Hi ,
Our customer compared the datasheets of LM224 between TI and ST, and found a strange behavior about the CMRR as below picture.
Can you help check and give some comments why we have so large different?
Thanks a lot…
By all accounts the OPA4188 is an electrically superior replacement for the legacy LM224 ( I think you meant LM224, LM244 is a non-TI LED). However, because they are so different in design and electrical performances from each other that could…
Part Number: TLC7524 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM224 Hello,
I'm monitoring out. When I'm giving Digital input DB0 to DB7 is 255, but output is maximum of 3.7V. When I'm giving full digital input, I'm receiving 3.7V only. I need output of 0V to…
The LM224 is a quad op-amp, and the LM2901 is a open-collector comparator. They are not compatible. The LM224 is acting as a linear integrator, which will require a linear push-pull output.
You can try to make a comparator into a terrible…
For my immediate need I believe I can redraw my actual circuit (or at least a subset of the circuit) in TINA-TI to verify the portion around the LM224 op amp. I would prefer the PSpice-for-TI for long-term use. Do you know if the models will…
Thank you very much for your kind support.
We are tapping the signal from amplifier output(LM224-4 Channel), Is per our customer confirmation We can drawn up to 1mA from Master Device. we need -150uA to +120uA. So nothing will happens to Master…
Hi Mr.Ron Michallick,
Thanks for your reply.
I was trying to import csd18510kcs file in TINA but it shows some error like "Invalid Device". I think it is encrypted file. Can you please guide me to create macro model for this part? I plan to use LM224…
The MC3303 was originally Motorola's a second source of the LM324 (actually, LM224 if temp range matters). You can "upgrade" to the LM324 family which does have ESD ratings. Or pick something from this century... :^)