As shown in the figure, what is the minimum drive current of the VCC and VEE power supply pins?
Yes, you would also need at least +/- 52V supply for the ADHV4702-1 for the output to swing up to +/-50V.
Hi There, I'd like to use this chip as a differential amplifier with asymmetric power suply of VCC=160V and VEE=-5V. Can this chip be used in this way ?
Okay, great. Thanks for the info ! I have a working design for a piezo controller that can reach voltages of 0 - 70V. So it should be fine to just swap the amplifier to reach 0 -150V. With some adjustments of the voltage ratings of the other components…
Hi M. Hufnagel,
Yes, you can absolutely use the 4702 in such an application. We would be happy to help you design your application to get optimum performance. Please feel free to contact me with your specific requirements at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get you…
Fig.59 in the datasheet shows the dynamic SOA. The frequency is given in Hz. Is this a typo? I assume, it has to be in kHz.
Hi AlexBalyabo, you are correct - that scale should say kHz. Thanks for catching the error. I am putting in a request to correct that for the next rev of the datasheet. Good eye
I'm designing signal amplifier using ADHV4702 to amplify signal amplitude up to 80V.
So I'm thinking to make 12VDC VIN to +-50VDC VOUT flyback converter using LT8304 or LT8304-1 for ADHV4702's supply.
Could you recommend proper…