I want to use the ADA4627-1 as output buffer in unity-gain configuration in a DAC application. The op amp input is connected to an analog switch. Therefore high slew rates can arise at the input of the op amp. The resistive load connected to…
If so, that will be ADA4627-2.
I have been waiting (4 weeks) to have this question answered, please!
I need it for my headphone amplifier product, understand?
BTW, I am most willing to do free field testing if you will provide the ADA4627-2s
I have to design a photodiode transimpedance amplifier for an instrumentation application.
I've used the Analog Device analog photodiode wizard with the following parameter:
- reverse bias : positive, 12V
- photodiode capacitance…
ADA4627-1 and ADA4637-1 have NULL pins which are offset adjust pins. If I do not plan to use offset adjust what should I do with the NULL pins? Leave it floating or use 100k Ohm pull-up resistors?
Thanks for bringing your question to the forum.
You can determine the grade of the part by the letter after the part number. For ADA4627-1ACPZ-R2, the A should mean that it is a grade A part. ADA4627-1BCPZ-R2 would be the B grade part.
AD8510 and ADA4627-1 which one replaces ad743 and ad546?
I'm currently trying to design a more efficient circuit for a project that is already been done by a leading scientist that measures DC Electric Fields in the stratosphere. I was wondering if anyone knew the mass and weight for these four amplifiers…
I am currently trying to build a photodiode transimpedance amplifier based on the ADA4627-1 opamp. The first result I have obtained on a prototype circuit are quite bad, as I get a lot of excess noise generated inside the circuit.
Thank you for your answer.
As an additional question, is the headroom voltage and footroom voltage (3V away & 4.5V away from each rail) constant with the ADA4627-1 as the power supply voltage?