OP27 single supply issues in the use

According to the "EVAL-AD5420.pdf" in the figure 5 make OP27G amplifier circuit, schematic diagram in the annex. OP27G using a +15V single power supply, OP27G 3 pin connected to GND, output 6 pin measured voltage is 14V. remove 3 pin R11 (51r) resistance, vacant 3 pins, the measured 3 pin is 1.5V, and measured to be 6-pin output 10V. why when input is equal to 0V, the output is not equal to 0? but higher 14V?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Sep 15, 2011 5:44 PM

    Hi,

    I have not been able to replicate what you have described below. Could I please clarify that the situation you are describing when pin 3 is grounded and pin 6 is 14V is the same as the schematic attached "OP27 schematic.jpg".

    One side-note is that the ADC on the AD5420 board is only as a quick evaluation aid to get the device up and running. The OP27 + ADC will not perform very accurately as there is not a negative supply on the AD5420 board and the input signal to the OP27 is close to ground (<1V).

    Regards,

    Derrick

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Aug 2, 2018 4:14 PM
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