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Part Number: LMC6001
I am designing a signal amplification circuit using LMC6001BIN.
the schematic is like this:
Before I test this current I test my LMC6001, It is ok. And I also check my circuit map and it is just like this schematic.When I power it on, I find the temperature is so high. And it is not work as what I want. So I test it and I find Pin2(-IN) is short-current with Pin4(GND). And I get signal voltage is about 8.5V .And I remove this chip and test it. And yes it is broken.
（Ip[current] on D1 is 0.7uA at most by the way.）
But I don't know why but I am sure I am wrong. So help me, Thanks? If the amplification ratio what I design is too high.
(I am a chinese so my english is not so good, I translate it to Chinese. Thanks)
As a engineer, I am very pround about it. I think it is the best career to create things to make the world become better.
I am design a signal amplifier circuit. But I don't know why my LMC6001 is broken. And here is the basic schamatic.
I am afriad if I give a such large amplification. Cause my signal Ip is really small, it is 0.6uA max. (Ip is the current of D1 and D1 is a photodiode)
When I powen on my circuit just for a while. I find LMC6001 is really hot, and I don't get a right output. When I power off and take LMC6001 off and test it. I find Pin2(-IN) and Pin4(GND) is short-circuit.
Please help me. Thanks.
By the why, the chip is LMC6001BIN。
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In reply to John Henry:
Regards,Ronald MichallickLinear Applications
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In reply to Ron Michallick:
Thanks very much. You are right about the very high gain.
And this design refer to the design in 《Photodioda amplifiers op amp solutions》,Jerald Graeme.
And I use multisim to simulation this design, It is work well.
And I have modified my design. Change R2 from 20K to 10K. And change R3 from 1M to 500k.(Actually, I have two different sense. another have a small If. So I design like this). It seem like ths didn't solve this problem.
Yes, I am sure ESD is important. And I build this circuit by hand and I want to test it first and then design PCB file. Maybe I didn't check every net-connect on my circuit.
I will let you now If I solve it.
I think I need tell U my solution.
When I check my LMC6001, I find mark on this chip is NS not TI. So maybe this is an old product or fake one. Cause I haven't a new one at hand. So I use LM358 to test this circuit. And It worked well.
And I have order some new LMC6001 and LMC6081. And I will test again.
Have a good time. Thanks again.
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