Is the ADA4891-2 a good candidate to create a SE to Diff amplifier to be used as amplification stage of piezo sensor?
I would like to use ADA4891.
So, I simulated using LTSpice, but the + side of the output voltage will saturate halfway.
This IC should be a product of Rail to Rail.Is the contents of this model correct?
ADA4891-1W schematic review at ADV7393 DAC output by Steven.firstname.lastname@example.org
As we discussed, customer would like to apply video buffer amp for 720p YPbPr at ADV7393 output.
I draw the schematic and the configuration as well in attached file.
I am using the ADA4891 op amp in a single 5V supply configuration as an ADC preamp. The datasheet indicates rail to rail performance within 50mV of each rail. I have tested a single ADA4891 unit on a breadboard and have confirmed the datasheet. However…
Thank you for your reply.
I referred the threads you indicated.
I think it's required an single-channel video amplifier with integrated 6dB gain, -3dB bandwidth filter of 72MHz and 75ohm output driver for Full-HD Composite, AHD / TVI / CVI analog…
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The recommended schematic for non-inverting gain has positive and negative power rails on the op-amp. The reason for this with the op--amp VSS tied to ground…
The AD8028 is our widest BW true RRIO dual op amp we have today. If you could provide a little more supply voltage the ADA4891-4 might be of interest to you.
If using a text based simulator, you'll need to use the 'X' (subcircuit) component. IE:
The syntax is:
X1 IN+ IN- V+ V- OUT ADA4891
Where you replace IN+, IN-, etc with the nodes in your circuit.
I was wondering if the ADA4891-1 can be used as a unity gain buffer? I have a unity gain stable amp on my PCA already but for consolidation of parts and for operating temperature range, I would like use an existing amp I have on my board, the ADA4891-1…