Part Number: LM358LV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMV358 , Hi Team,
I saw that the spec of LM358LV and LMV358 are similar. Could you please kindly share the difference between them with us? Thank you.
Part Number: LM358LV Hi team,
Could you give me comment on following customer questions?
Q1. Could you tell me the abs max rating for the output current in the both of sinking (Connected to Vcc) and sourcing current (Connected to shorten to GND)?
The LM2904 does not have rail-to-rail inputs or outputs. With a 3.3 V supply, it is not guaranteed to handle voltages above 1.3 V.
The LM358LV/LM321LV would be able to handle up to 2.3 V. The TLV9002/TLV9001 has rail-to-rail I/Os.
Part Number: LM358LV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM358B , LM358-N , , LM358 , LM324 , LM321LV , LM324LV , LM321
When searching for an LM358 I found a bunch of different versions, LM358, LM358-N, LM358B, and LM358LV.
What's the difference between…
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…
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: LM358B , , LM358 Dear all,
I don't find the output current in LM358LV/LM358B datasheet.Our customer concerns this parameter for their products.
LM358 is they used to before,the current driver capacity…
These devices were designed as replacements for each other; the actual behaviour is the same.
But the LM358(-N) does not have rail-to-rail outputs; if you care about the output voltage range, you should use an amplifier like the LM358LV or TLV9002.