Part Number: LM6132 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM6142 , Hi There,
I have a circuit that uses an LM6132BIM to drive a sine wave into multiple loads.
Op amp supply voltage is +/- 14V
Sine wave is ~ 5VAC , around 7.5V Peak.
At -40 Deg the sine wave has…
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Does the application circuit use Type2 + Type3 for feedback control circuit.
For example:LM5041 application circuit,Type2=U4B(LM6132) + Type3=U4A(LM6132), reference attached link,pls.
Part Number: LM6134 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM6132 , TM4C123GH6PM Hello TI, I am using LM6134 and LM6132 Op-amps in my design and as a part of improvement a circuit is to be designed where the voltage on the Op-amp's input pins is 5V-15V but available…
Part Number: LM6134 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM6132 Hi guys,
I hope all is fine!
I wanted to kindly know where to find the tOR Overload recovery time for the LM6134.
On the datasheet LM6132 / LM6134 the value of tOR Overload recovery time for…
Part Number: TLV9064 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM6134 , LM6132 , , OPA4197 , OPA4192 Hello guys,
I am currently evaluating an alternative to the LM6132 / LM6134 code with the following requirements:
Package TSSOP 14 pin (quad-OPAMP)
5.5V voltage power…
Unfortunate, I didn't find any document for the compensation design of this application.
In this application, the designer used much complex two stage network with two LM6132 op amps and a LM4041 reference. I guess this circuit demonstrates…
Part Number: LMC662 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA2196 , LM6132 , OPA2192 Hello,
I just took over an amplifying circuit board with LMC662AIMX/NOPB which is supplied by +/-12V source, it's obvious that the op amp is over stressed according to the datasheet…
thanks for your answer. I was using a datasheet from Farnell, which doesn't include this page.
The OPA2137 seems to be an appropriate candidate, though I wished a wider temperature range - would you know another alternative here? The GBW…
Adding the pull-down resistor will allow the output to swing lower (bypassing the negative stage and basically running the output class A), but you will then sacrifice positive swing as you are now constantly sourcing current from the upper…