Absolutemaximumratingsnote if militaryaerospace specified devices are required please contact the national semiconductor sales officedistributors for. They may not be required, but if present, typically run around 1 kΩ and Ω respectively. 6 Examples include the LM and TLC series. regulation can be implemented by using an op-amp (like the LM). There are two ways of setting up such a differential amplifier. They are shown in Figure

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Nov 18, 1. The LM and its quad version, the LM, are both capable of having their inputs at ground or the negative rail. If both inputs were tied to the positive supply, they would be okay, but I don’t know if they could both be grounded. Does anyone have a datasheeet or reference that can confirm this or not? Yeah, I googled for datasheets and ended up on semiconductors. I ended up in an endless loop of choosing English language, discretes, documents, etc. Go to the URL that will give you a choice and save you money up to half.


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