I am using the ADA4700-1 to provide +-40V DC with a 0 to +2.5V input. The output of the ADA4700-1 drives a 47K ohm load (40v=<1ma).
The ADA4700-1 is mounted to a DIP adapter board. I am not able to attach the heat sink pad…
what is the common mode voltage for ADA4700-1; and also please let us know any op-amp is having Vcm +/- 300V with single ended impedance of > 1M ohms
Can I provide a single 100V power rail for ADA4700-1?
One of potential applications of ADA4700-1 is a piezo driver, but solutions presented in the datasheet work up to 100nF only, while my piezo has 1.5uF. Could you suggest a circuit which would work fine in such a case? I need to work with the frequencies…
I believe the ADA4700-1 itself can't go to 200 V output and adding a circuit after the op amp to boost its output can't be achieved without affecting some crucial parameters of the op amp.
But i have forwarded your question to the…
I've selected the ADA4700-1 in an application to drive a static charge upon a stainless steel plate (conductivity measuring instrument). For this purpose I have two supply rails, one at +38V and the other at -38V. The ADA4700-1 will be configured…
I'll working with ADA4700 Amplifier, can you confirm in the datasheet with this component, the current is about 30 mA, Output voltage +/-48V thus the power is about 2.88 W for this product ? I find 2 supply power and in the datasheet I can…
Presently we use the ADA4700 in a system whereby we can produce a very low current draw voltage (between +40 and -40V). The ADA4700 is driven by a DAC to control the output. When selecting the ADA4700, I took note that "rail to rail" is actually +- 2v…
I'm working with the Amplifier ADA4700, I would like to make this below circuit. In the datasheet (see in this attach) I can see :
High output current drive: 30 mA thus The power at the terminal resistor is about 90 V (if Vin =10V) = 2.7W