Part Number: OPA197 Hello guys,
One of my customers is considering using OPA197 for their new products. They will use OPA197 as a voltage follower.
They have a questions about the device.
Could you please give me your reply?
Q. Is it no problem to short…
Part Number: OPA197 Hello team,
My customer uses OPA197 in their product and faced an issue with the circuit.
In customer circuit there is a resistor between OPA197's V+ pin(or V- pin) and positive supply source(or negative supply source). And customer…
Part Number: OPA197 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI Hi,
Do you have a curve showing OPA197 output impedance over frequency at closed loop gain of 1, 10 and 100? Or a formula to calculate the closed-loop output impedance from the open-loop output…
The OPA197 overload recovery time is simply the time it takes for the output to recovery from being in the saturated state to returning to the linear output. Note that there is a very specific gain setting as well for the Overload recovery time…
Part Number: OPA2197 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA197 , LF353 I'm using the OPA2197 dual opamp in an inverting opamp summing junction with 3 input signals. The device is powered from +/-12Vdc. Each input signal consists of an 25Khz to 60Khz 2Vpp…
Part Number: OPA197 The OPA197 datasheet shows two propagation delay figures (Figure 39 and 40).
Is this real or an error in the datasheet? The delay times shown seem not to match the speed performance of the part.
Part Number: OPA197 Dear Thomas-san,
Thank you for your response. I understand the contents.
However, which item in the data sheet can be understood that Vo1 and Vo2 output is clipped at about 5.77V and 230mV?