Part Number: LMV344-N Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMV344 Hi team,
Could you let me know the difference between LMV344 and LMV344-N except ESD rating? They have different price in ti.com.
And what is the name rule of -N?
Part Number: LMV344 Hi,
I used a LMV344 circuit as a basic non-inverting comparator without hysteresis. Sometimes, I observe oscillations at the output of the circuit. The oscillations occur during the commutation phases and are they are maintained at…
Part Number: LMV344 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA4350 , OPA4353 , OPA325 , TINA-TI I used LMV344 to build the following circuit as a buffer for the 28377 reference voltage source, replacing the control CARD reference design OPA4350EA. The circuit produced…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMV344 Hello there,
We're currently working on a design and have received boards where the third and fourth op-amp inputs have been left floating and are unused. After reading this article by Todd Toporski , it is seeming…
I am looking forward 'official' PSPICE models of SAC-OA too.
While I encountered same issue not a long time ago I scanned throughout the broad TI's op-amps portfolio to find the best match for substitutes
These are my findings…
Hi Paul san.
Thank you for the reply.
I understood the LMV604 is a cost-reduced version of the LMV344 and they are same die.
But input bias current of the LMV344 is 1pA(typ) @Ta=25°C, the LMV604 is0.02pA(typ) @Tj=25°C.
Could you tell me why are…