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Looking for operational amplifier that working on 5V

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 17:42:47 EDT 2002 | davef

There's a lot of �5v op amps out there, but if you look there's some 5v rail to rail op amps also. here's one: http://www.aldinc.com/ALD1702.pdf


Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 25 04:49:28 EDT 2016 | chris10

Hi, To enlarge the 3.6 V of PWM wave of MCU to 6 V which control on and off of transistors. But op-amp part never amplifies out . Simulation diagram is shown in the figure. Op-amp is LM368h and 8 v single power supply.The datasheet of LM368h is http:

I am looking for eprom and Op amp that works at 20MHz

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 13:02:57 EDT 2003 | designchain

Well that's one parameter and inadequate to specify either part. EPROMs aren't synchronous so specifying a clock rate doesn't really help - are you looking for a 50ns access time? 5V? 3.3V? What size memory? One-time programmable or UV eraseable or

Zevatech 570L Replacement Control CPU - INTERESTED?????

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 21 10:37:21 EDT 2005 | Frank

Dave- FYI, the OP is Pete Roy...

lead free

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 07:45:57 EDT 2006 | aj

buy leadfree compatible ones ! Are your op's trained on Leadfree soldering? aj...


Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 10 03:46:29 EDT 2019 | oxygensmd

Depends on what machine you want to get. Linux OP used on S13-S15-S20-F3-F4 for a time but they changed to WinXP - after '96. The new software with WinXp is more stable as the Lunix version. The Linux version was really sensitive of LinePC-StationPC

operators on setup

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 00:02:14 EDT 2004 | Darren

Dror, If I understand your question correctly, you would like to know what the operators should be doing in what priority during setup or changeover? Simply stated if you are doing on line setup due to limitations in feeder quantity or manpower avail

Unconventional way of making a PCB

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 23 17:36:23 EST 2002 | davef

Periodically, we get ahead of ourselves and find that we have fabricated boards that require jumpers and other modications. Alternatives are: * Add 'white wire' jumpers and mod the components as third ops * Print, cure, and seal 'jumpers' of epoxy i

DC Offset from IC when PCB is flexed

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 26 12:16:28 EDT 2008 | jsmale

Has anyone seen this? - We have a new smt pcb with 2 x LF356 (Op-amp) IC's on it (plus others). When the pcb is flexed the O/P of each IC changes by �2mV DC. i.e. the board is acting like a strain gauge! There is no oscilation and when I replace th

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