Wiki

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revisionPrevious revision
university:courses:alm1k:circuits1:alm-bipolar-step-up-dc-dc [22 Jul 2022 17:04] – [Appendix: Alternate IC’s] Doug Merceruniversity:courses:alm1k:circuits1:alm-bipolar-step-up-dc-dc [08 Jan 2023 04:26] (current) – [Example Use Case:] Doug Mercer
Line 71: Line 71:
 ====Example Use Case:==== ====Example Use Case:====
  
-The ADTL082 Dual JFET Input Op-Amp (from the ADALP2000 Analog Parts Kit) requires a minimum of 8 V for its power supply. This minimum supply voltage is greater than the internal +5 V supplied by the M1k. While the full +/-5V  range of the M2k internal user power supplies is large enough to turn on the ADTL082 the 10 V supply, minus the 3 V of total supply headroom required, my not be large enough for some experiments.+The ADTL082 Dual JFET Input Op-Amp (from the ADALP2000 Analog Parts Kit) requires a minimum of 8 V for its power supply. This minimum supply voltage is greater than the internal +5 V supplied by the M1k. While the full +/-5V  range of the M2k internal user power supplies is large enough to turn on the ADTL082 the 10 V supply, minus the 3 V of total supply headroom required, may not be large enough for some experiments.
  
 In order to use op-amps such as the ADTL082 in lab experiments with the M1k, higher supply voltages will be needed. The typical total supply current is only 2.4 mA (3.8 mA Max) and is well within the capabilities of this DC-DC converter. In order to use op-amps such as the ADTL082 in lab experiments with the M1k, higher supply voltages will be needed. The typical total supply current is only 2.4 mA (3.8 mA Max) and is well within the capabilities of this DC-DC converter.
university/courses/alm1k/circuits1/alm-bipolar-step-up-dc-dc.txt · Last modified: 08 Jan 2023 04:26 by Doug Mercer