Since it's been nearly two weeks since Sreenath's latest question, I'm going to close the thread for the purpose of internal tracking.
However, you are always welcome to come back to this thread and ask another question. If some…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV2711 Hi : Customer was asking, on the TLV2711 pins IN+ and IN-, are there diodes that clamp these inputs to either Vdd+ or Vdd-?. If there are, at what voltages on the inputs would I expect to see current being conducted…
Part Number: LM2664 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV2711 , TPS65130
Hello. I wish to power the TLV2711 low power Op Amp, supplying ±5V.
When testing with my prototype, I used the USB 5V and LM2664M6X to create -5V.
Now, I have to use a LiPo…
Hi user4577981 ,
I need to get back to you. Somehow I am unable to locate the TLV2711 PSpice model.
FYI, please create a new thread in the future under E2E. The link tends to be organized under a single inquiry.
FYI: The following devices have the same pinout as the LMC7101 (V+ on 2):
LMC7111 (micropower version of LMC7101)
TLV2711 (50kHz, 3mV)
TLV2731 (2MHz, 3mV)
TLV6001R (1MHz, 4.5mV)
it can be helpful to look into the datasheets of similar CMOS OPAmps to get an idea of what is going on with Aol at different temperatures and loads. TLV2711, TLC2252 and LMC6022 contain very useful information. All theses OPAmps have a…
The "A" grade of the LMC7101 is 3mV max at room.
The TLV2711, TLV2721 and TLV2731 have the same pin-out (Northwest with reversed supplies), but they are NOT R-R input and 10V max. All are also 3mV max.
The TLV2731 would be the…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMC7111 , LMC7101 , TLV2731 , TLV2711 Hi,
I have a design with a LMC7111BIM5NOPB but need to replace it with a same pin-out part with a higher GBW. After some seaching of other op-amps, it seems the pinout of the LMC7111…
Welcome to the TI E2E forums! Also, thank you for sharing your schematic!
The reference circuit you've shown may be accurate while the ADC is not converting, but could easily be loaded and create gain errors. The ADC's reference input looks…