Part Number: LM2904LV Hi team,
Customer sometimes see the VIN- is -1.5V with Vee=GND when using LM2904LVIDDFR.
Is there any opamp which are able to stand this negative voltage without supplying negative voltage?
Part Number: LM2904LV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM2904 , LM2904B-Q1 , LM2904-Q1 What is the difference between Voltage Supply Span and Supply Voltage? Below are 2 images for the LM2904LVQDGKRQ1. On Digikey it says the max Voltage Supply Span is 5.5…
Part Number: LM2904LV-Q1 Hello Team,
do we have figures for this parameter?
Assumption is VOH = V+ minus Vout, what is the max value which we miss in our datasheet?
Is it worst case? Or should be max. value 1V?
The LM2904 is a low-cost device; offset drift over time is not specified, and is likely to be different for different die designs.
Cheaper and better replacements would be LM2904B(A), or LM2904LV/LM358LV/LMV358A at low voltages.
Part Number: LM358LV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM2904LV , , LM2902LV , LM324LV , LM2904 , LM358 Hi, team.
I am trying to convey new product general-purpose op-amps to our company salespeople.
(Purpose: Promotion of new products)
Looking at the data…
1) The repetition rate may be 65 kHz but the harmonics are so much higher.
I want to promote the LM2904LV-Q1 again. Why not use that?
The IN to IN capacitor is not helpful and may be part of the problem. The pre filter needs to be further left…
The LM2904B family will be the best GPAMPs option for cost optimized high voltage operation. Be sure to use the LM2904B, and not the LM2904LV for the high voltage input stage amplifier
TLV9001/TLV9002 is the best option given the search criteria…
At low temperatures, the limit of the input common-mode range is lower. I suspect that one of the input voltages at pins 2/3 goes above 3 V.
If this is the problem, use the LM2904LV-Q1 instead, which has a wider range, up to (V+) – 1 V.