Part Number: LM8262 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8272 , OPA2322 Hi Team,
Can LM8262 support below comment?
"Input terminals are diode-clamped to the power-supply rails. Input signals that can swing more than 0.3 V beyond the supply rails should be…
Part Number: LM8262 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI , LM8261 , OPA2991 Hi,
I am designing an inverting buffer circuit and a non-inverting buffer circuit. The output voltage waveform was distorted. How can I eliminate the distortion of the waveform…
I'm assuming the response in the referenced E2E post answered your inquiry?
> > You can refer to the LM8261 (single version of the LM8262) for the output voltage vs. output current plots you are looking for (Figures 24 through Figure 26). The…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8262 , LM8261 Hi,
It will request the "out-voltage vs current" graph data.
Of the characteristic graph of "Output Swing vs. Sourcing Current" and "Output Swing vs. Sinking Current" I want it.…
I understand the datasheet. The reason for asking is that LM8262 has 2 amplifiers in 1 package. The worry of the customer was if the 2 op amps drift together - it was critical for his high precision application. The BU did test and we provided…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8262 Hello,
I was wondering if this particular Op-Amp(LM8262) outputted a constant current of 60mA. I'm using this as a voltage follower. I have noticed that some Op-amps will output different current values when setup…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8262 , LM8272 , LM8261 Hi,
Could you please tell us the following question.
My customer uses LM8262 as " non-inverting amplifier circuit ".
(Could you please refer to the attached file.)
But, current of 150uA…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM8272 , LM8262 Hi,
The internal circuit is not stated in a datasheet.
Could you pease tell us the internal circuit.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
Part Number: OPA832 Hi Team,
I have a client who simulated our reference design for OPA832 where he encountered issues to tuned its output with respect to input signal.
I also appreciate how the client provided comprehensive copy of his report as shown…