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Diff Op-Amp in current measurement ignores input [duplicate]

I'm working on a small project which involves current measurement. I'm using R10 to measure Voltage drop (100 mV) when 10 mA current goes through it. Next I'm amplifing that signal around 37 times ...
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What is the cause of the error/unexpected outcome in water temperature control heating system circuit?

Here is the circuit with components I built as shown over here. The title of the circuit is water temperature controlled system. The function of this system is to control the heating while sensing the ...
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Attenuating op-amp circuit with offset

I am designing a non-inverting op-amp circuit that maps an input signal (V3) 0-3.3V to an output signal (Vo) 0.2-2.4V. I opted to offset the output up by 0.2V and then used a second op-amp circuit as ...
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variation in source votlage is allowed in a constant current circuit?

Reference question: understanding constant current source circuit With respect to the linked question, I am seeing a variation in the load current as I change the voltage \$V_2\$ to and fro from \$...
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High voltage non-inverting operational amplifier for DC signal

I am currently using LT6090 with Vcc=140 and Vee=0 for DC signal amplification with gain of 31 in non-inverting mode. For an input signal of 0-4V from a DAC the output measured is 0-124V (step change ...
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MSGEQ7 with an op amp and biased input

I'm wiring up a MSGEQ7 with an op-amp (TL071 single supply) amplifying the signal from a 3.5mm jack. I do not have a -ve rail supply (just using the 5V out from an arduino). Would the MSGEQ7 work with ...
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Unexpected output voltage in opamp (LM741, DC, single supply) circuit [duplicate]

As a beginner I tried to make a simple DC circuit with an opamp on a single supply. This is what I came up with: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab I use R3 and R4 as a ...
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Op Amp Voltage follower

I built a simple non inverting op amp amplifier with 2 resistors and a TS972IN powered between 0-5V but my output was always set to 5V. I tried several others Op Amp, others resitors and I also moved ...
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Current Transformer noise in idle state

[ *Violet is the bias voltage. Yellow is the CT output. You can see it drifting from bias volt a little. * I want to build a power measurement circuit using STM32F407. I am using LM324N opamp for the ...
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VCA on 5V powersupply

I've made a VCO and ADSR-generator with two Arduinos. The VCO uses a DAC made with a resistor ladder, the ADSR-gen uses a 12bit DAC. Everything is 5V powered (USB charger of 1A). In my search for a ...
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Help getting the transfer function of a circuit

I have been trying to get the transfer function of the circuit below for some days now and I eventually get to an expression but I don't believe I am geting the correct expression and here's why (the ...
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Single Supply Op Amp, (With AC?)

Hey guys, I'm trying to understand how to use op amps, right now I just have a battery hooked up to the non-inverting, and a virtual ground, this is a single supply cause I don't have many tools to ...
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I want maximum 5V output from an Op-Amp. Is it a good idea to use a supply voltage for the Op-Amp of more than 5V?

I have the following circuit. An Op-Amp (currently TLC2272CP) as a buffer (voltage follower). The non-inverted input of the op-amp comes from a DAC (MCP4922). I measure with an ADC (MCP3202) the input ...
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Effective impedance calculation for noise removal from supply

I am working on single supply Op-Amp amplifier, referring to this post. While calculating the value of the capacitor C2, as to pass all the noise from the supply to the ground. I am unable to ...
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How to calculate the value of the thermistor based on the output voltage of this circuit

I recently bought a board that consists of this circuitry. It came without an instruction whatsoever, so I have to figure out how to measure the temperature based on the output voltage at the To. The ...
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Opamp buffer output sine wave, is it normal?

I'm using this opamp - GS8331/32 to buffer voltage reference to ADC. Here my oscilloscope measure input and output of opamp: Why ouput is sine wave? Is it normal or because of my opamp? Any way to ...
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Waveform at the negative terminal of an OPAMP

I am trying to sketch the negative waveform of an OPAMP over here. I am not sure how to proceed with this as I have usually seen OPAMP with dual power supply. But this one have +9V and ground. My ...
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Voltage scaling of analog signal -10 to +10V to 0 to 3V inorder to give it as input to ADC using opamp TL082 and TL431

I have a sensor which gives an output of -10 to +10V, I need to scale down it to 0 to 3V in order to give it as input to ADC of microcontroller. I have opamp TL082 and TL431. I have attached a ...
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INA125 gain problems

I'm trying to use an INA125 to read a load cell. Its connected as in the single supply diagram in the datasheet (see below). The gain should be 4+60K/Rg. However whatever resistance I make Rg, the ...
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Low frequency level shifting using single supply opamp

Referring to this discussion, I want to ask whether this can be done using single supply? I have a similar problem where my input is a triangular wave swinging between 130mV and 500mV at 250Hz ...
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Active band pass filter + offset

I'm trying to know the fr equation for the following op amp configuration: I have some capacitors values for specific fr frequencies: fr = 34Hz -> C = 33nF fr = 50Hz -> C = 22nF fr = 160Hz -> C = ...
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How to calculate an op-amp's current usage based on datasheet's supply current and its Vout terminal?

This might be a dumb question so if yes, I apologize. I would like to power an op-amp off of a boost converter and I need to know how much current an op-amp would use. I'm using TI's web bench and ...
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Understanding current sourcing and sinking in TL2426 rail splitter

I have a 40dB active bandpass filter being powered off a single rail power supply with the TL2426 providing a virtual ground so I can get a dual power supply configuration. Currently, I'm having ...
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Switching between outputs using irfz44n mosfet

In the circuit shown, the input voltage to the op-amp ua741 is 1V and the output will be 5.7V, which switches the bottom left irfz44n mosfet on and the off voltage irfz44n mosfet off. So i would ...
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Analysing AC-Coupling differential opamp configuration

I built an audio DSP board based on CS4272 and used its reference design for the output section. The signal is getting extremely distorted when summed signal exceeds ~0.7Vpp. (Rail voltages 0V-5V and ...
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Full wave rectification by opamp

I am trying to read a current waveform from a shunt resistor series with the power line. Using a full bridge rectifier, I got the following waveform: The waveform was sampled every 2 millisecond ...
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Flat line on output of single supply sawtooth generator

I have built the following sawtooth generator using LM358 opamps: In simulation everything works fine, however in reality I get only flat line on output. Anyone got any idea what's going on?
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Synchronous demodulation with single supply op-amps

I am looking at the following article from Analog Devices: Use Synchronous Detection to Make Precision, Low Level Measurements, and I'm wondering if there is a way to build the following demodulator ...
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Reference voltage changes when connected to inverting input of op amp comparator

The capacitor C2 keeps the value of a slow varying signal for some time. The capacitor discharges through the two resistors R3 and R4 with a time constant of \$\tau = RC = 10\mu F \times 1M\Omega = ...
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Single supply non-inverting amplifier using op amp

I'm working on building a distortion guitar effect pedal for an analog electronics class I'm taking. I am struggling with building an amplifying circuit using an op amp (we just began learning about ...
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Single supply inverting OP amp. Problem: half signal at output

I have built a simple inverting amplifier circuit with LM4565 operational amplifier. But only half of the signal appears at the output of the circuit and the gain looks wrong as well. Could anyone ...
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Remove Echo in an Op Amp

I have been working with a distortion circuit that has an op amp amplifying the volume before sending it through the diodes. The op amp is configured as a non-inverting op amp with a feedback resistor ...
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Why do we use one bias (VCC) for transistor amplifier circuits and 2 supplies for opamp circuits? [closed]

Opamps are said to have 2 supplies, so that the output can rail between these two points, then why do transistors have only one bias point.
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Does this Sallen and Key filter work on a single supply and does the input offset matter?

This is the schematic for a Sallen and Key from the Doepfer Musikelektronik website: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab I intend to run this in a synth, the oscillators ...
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isolated and non isolated current and voltage sensing

I am designing Half bridge single phase dual loop(outer voltage and inner current) inverter with 120Khz switching frequency, and i want to sense inductor current and output voltage, conventional LV25-...
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Analog circuit for moving-mean/moving-average

As a part of signal conditioning stage I am trying to find the moving mean/moving average of a signal at the output of instrumentation amplifier (used LM324-N for instrumentation amplifier). Is it ...
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Current sense amplifier + op-amp buffer + ADC: Measuring down to 0 with a single supply

I'm thinking about current sensing with a high dynamic range (10 mA - 20 A) and using LTC6102 as a high-side current sense amp (the voltage would be 54.6 V max, a 13S6P Li-ion battery). ...
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Single supply inverting op amp output

How does the output (say, a sine wave) of a single supply inverting op amp compare with output of a single supply non-inverting, since it cannot go below 0v? Is the phase shifted? I'm trying to ...
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Strange opamp's output impedance in spice

I'm simulating this circuit in Micro-Cap, which is the clipping stage of a guitar effect. The opamp model is the "NE-5532" I want to measure the input and the output impedance. I expected an output ...
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how does single supply op-amp work while its non-inverting input is connected to ground?

In HCNR200 Datasheet, the page 11, figure 13-A, there is a sample that confused me. In this sample, the Vin is applied to the inverting input and if the electric current passes through PD1, PD1 ...
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Simulating absolute value circuit in TINA-TI

I am looking to build an absolute value circuit using a pair of op-amps, hopefully using a single supply and would like to simulate my design using TINA-TI. The ultimate aim is to measure the voltage ...
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What might be causing an op amp to fail in a voltage follower circuit?

I have the following super simple op amp circuit that makes use of the AZV321 single op amp (https://www.diodes.com/assets/Datasheets/AZV321.pdf) in order to balance the voltage on a pair of ...
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Bandpass Filter: Single supply op amp design

I have taken on a hobby project and I am trying to make a circuit which would be able to identify an acoustic signal with a frequency of 40kHz. Here is the circuit of a band pass filter for this: ...
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Running +/- 15V opamp at 3.3v

I find I need a comparator, because I have a problem with an optical sensor triggering multiple interrupts, like this question: https://arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/13287/interrupt-fires-...
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Single supply opamp colpitts oscillator

I'm designing a Colpitts oscillator with a single supply rail-to-rail opamp powered with 3.3 V. The positive input of the opamp is set to VDD/2 to offset the negative part of the oscillations so ...
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Differential amplifier with common voltage far above the rail?

I have a thermocouple with one end connected to +24V. I want to be able to read the voltage (-5mV - +20mV) on it using a 3.3V ADC. The most reasonable solution I see is lowering the voltages using ...
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Single supply op amp with input attenuator

I'm designing a guitar headphone amplifier that uses a single supply op-amp as the output stage to the headphones. I'm using a potentiometer after the final JFET stage and before the op-amps as a ...
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Difference between these two op amp circuits

I came across this circuit for a non inverting op amp which is biased Vs/2. I'm wondering what the difference bettween these two circuits are? What is the purpose of R3 in the first circuit and how is ...
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Differential Opamp Strange Behavior

I have no answer for this strange opamp behavior. The circuit shown is from a typical nonisolated ,Non grid-tie inverter product (imagine H bridge Inverter). which has a common -ve high power circuit ...
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Can a Single Supply Powered Op-Amp Handle Negative Input Voltage?

I have an input sine wave at 300mV peak to peak. I want to filter this sine wave to eliminate noise and distortion. I am planning to use the LMx58-N op-amp family, powered using a single supply: 3V ...