Our customer asked as folowing question.
As for your ADA4851-1,What is your output leakage current when /PDN is enabled?
In fact, he has put the transistor 2SC6075 at ADA4851-1 output, and has driven the laser diode.But when he change…
Hello,I'll be using an ADA4851-1 (supplied +5V) in a high-voltage (up to 60V during a small-time during which the OA isn't supplied, then max 38V in nominal operation) sensing application, with a bridge divider (1:11 with a 100kOhms and a 10kOhms which…
ADA4851-1 data sheet doesn't have maximum value definition of Input Offset Voltage Drift.
Could you provide rough estimation of it?
Thank you very much for your support.
Sorry for confusing you.
Your information is very helpful for me.
I would like to know about ADA4851-1,especially.
But I understood that ADA4853 is able to tie the outputs.
hello everyone,i am having a hard time understanding the huge difference in behavior that i see between the single (ADA4851-1) and dual (ADA4851-2) versions of this amplifier.my supply is +- 5Vmy input is a DC to 10mhz, 0 to 1v sinewavei am testing both…
I am presently using ADA4851(4 channel) as a unity gain buffer .But it isnt a rail to rail I/O IC and also requires a huge headroom (2.2v)
I am looking for a replacement for this IC which has rail to rail operation or aleast with less headroom(<1v)…
I have a question about the ADA4851-x's datasheet.
For example Table.1 t Page4 , it says "SPECIFICATIONS WITH +3V SUPPLY" ,
but at the Table.1 it says Operation Range is 2.7V to 12V.
And also the datasheet is written by each supply…
We are using an ADA4851-4 where the op amps are in a typical non-inverting configuration with a input resistance of, say, 2K ohms and a 2K resistor from the positive input to ground. For a signal bandwidth of 30 MHz, what is a good range of feedback resistor…
I am checking a Clipper circuit with ADA4851.
And when simulate with various voltage , I find a relation between the Voltage at non inverting and supply voltage .
When using in 0-5V supply , +3V at non inverting terminal i see that the out is clamped…