Part Number: LM393 Hi team,
Customer is simulate LM393 Hysteresis comparator circuit, and they find their result doesn't match with real circuit, please check the following data. I double checked, the simulation can't get the expected result, could you…
Part Number: LM393 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM339
For LM393, given that VCC = 1.5 V and VEE = -28.5 V, can I apply -28.5 V at the input pins?
Based on the Application Design Guidelines for LM339, LM393, VICR ranges from 0 V (relative to…
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Part Number: LM393 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST , Hi I was using LM393 as voltage comparator in non inverting configuration I gave 5V to vcc and 2.5V to inverting pin through a potentiometer The issue is I am getting a output voltage of approx 3…
Part Number: LM393 Hello team,
I have a question about rail to rail description from product folder.
In my understanding, both devices need 2V headroom at the input side, but does not at the output side. I'd like to make sure what these pictures represent…
Part Number: LM393
My customer is facing shortage of LM393PWR.
We are wondering if there’s any potential alternative source for R&D evaluation for temporarily use.
Would you please kindly check and advise? Thanks in advance!
I was thinking the 3.3k was just to limit the inrush of current to charge the capacitor.
In regards to the time constant created by the 100k and the 2.2uF cap, it does seem odd that the time was shorter than 0.5s.
Maybe the comparator or diode models…