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TLV07: Dual loop feedback and output swing limitation - TINA-TI Simulation

Part Number: TLV07
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI


I've made some experimentation with TINA-TI and TLV07 model. TLV07 was powered as single-supply 0V to +15V.

According to the TLV07's datasheet, the output voltage swing limitation of 120mV should be an issue at single supply. I have tried to simulate both, dual and single feedback voltage follower and according to the TINA-TI's simulation, this hasn't been appeared as an issue. For 10mV input voltage, output was 10,033992mV (10mV + Vos). TINA-TI simulation is attached. Maybe I am doing something wrong, but from my point of view, output should be 120mV or some other non-linear value.


Has someone experienced this issue in real single supply application?





  • Hi Josko,
    Output swing for the TLV07 is specified with a 10k load connected to Vs/2, rather than to V- as in your simulation. With the load connected to V-, swing to the negative rail will improve somewhat. Re-testing your simulation with the resistor connected to Vs/2 does show a more nonlinear behavior.