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Is it possible to supply the THS3095 with for example +20V/-5V asymmetrically?
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Of course thanks. I am driving a mosfet with this amplifier to convert it to current and when I change it to asymmetric supply (+18V/-5V), in the simulation Vgs voltage - that is the output of the amplifier and the input of the gate - starts from 1.7V not from 0V which gives me a surprisingly good result reading the current (I(Rsense).
Do you know when this effect is? Please below see the photo with the symmetric supply (+/-15V), where Vgs start from 0V and the output has some glitch.
You also need to observe the I/O headroom limits and consider the disable pin and reference pin operations. There is an upgrade to this device in the THS3491,
This I/O headroom stuff comes up so much, those were the first couple of articles in the signal sped up series I am doing,