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Part Number: LMC6482
I am using LMC6482 op-amp in a Voltage follower configuration (with inverting terminal connected to output ). What will be the voltage at the output when Non inverting terminal is pulled down with 10K resistor. I am using 3.3V single supply .
I have interfaced the output of this op amp LMC6482 to the input of ADC (Processors Internal ADC)
Zak Kaye Precision Amplifiers Applications
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In reply to Zak Kaye:
Hi Zak Kaye,
Thanks for your reply.
I am using Dual Pack Opamp with 1 Opamp configured as Voltage follower and another Opamp as Voltage Follower with Inverting Terminal Pulled down with 10K.
As per your Answer the Output of Opamp shall saturate (3V approx.). Is this can cause Opamp to damage ?(With 1 Opamp working and another Unused with above said configuration) due to increased current flow ?
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