• AD8036: Maximum clamping voltage Vh

    From opamp AD8036 I would like to know what happens when the clamping voltage
    vh exceeds 3.9v, Say vh is set to 5v .

     

    The absolute limitation on Vh and Vl are the supply voltages i.e. +/-5V if the
    amplifier is running on +/-5V.
  • RE: Need help on AD8036 chip application

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  • RE: AD8036: need clarification on "fast rectifier" use.

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  • Can the AD8036 operate in single supply mode ( 5V / GND)?

    If so, how close to the V- rail (GND) can the AD8036 output be driven?

  • AD8036 Clamping Amplifier Accuracy over Temperature

    The AD8036 has typical input offset and offset tempco specified as 2 mV and 10uV/C, respectively.  And the clamp accuracy is 3 mV typical.  Is there a tempco spec available for the clamp accuracy?  Also, is there a hysteresis spec for the clamp performance…

  • Need help on AD8036 chip application

    Hello:

    I am using an AD8036 clamping amplifier in this scheme

    It is used to clamp a square wave with boundaries +3.8V and +1.2V at 9KHz. Output is connected to a UMJ-123-D14-G VCO.  This is the output I get:


    Now I got very strange rising edge and…

  • RE: HMC913LC4B application with Clamping and Summing Op-Amp

    Hello there brantchen,

    Good catch:

    U6, U7: AD8036

    U8: AD8037

    We will be including this info in the next document update.   -Bruce H.

  • RE: AD8054 settling time data

    Thanks for your answe.

    Surly it AD8045. Anyway, if I understand your answer- The Hi-Speed amplifiers, which specified  to 0.1%, is not converge to 0.01% because some physical properties, like DI ? or am I wrong?

    I found some "old" part, as the AD8036,…

  • RE: Protecting ADC inputs from over voltage situations.

    Duplicate Answer for testing: 

    Why yes, yes we do. We have exactly what you need the AD8036 (unity gain stable) and AD8037(gain stable for 2 or greater). The AD8036/37 are single ended ADC drivers, that have a unique feature which allows the user to set the…