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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-1st [23 Aug 2019 11:41]
Pop Andreea
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-1st [15 Sep 2019 19:25]
Doug Mercer [For further reading:]
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 1 OP27 op-amp\\ 1 OP27 op-amp\\
 1 OP37 op-amp\\ 1 OP37 op-amp\\
-1 OP97 ( slow settling amplifier ​not normally supplied with the Analog Parts Kit )\\+1 OP97 ( slow settling amplifier )\\
 2 0.1uF Capacitors (used to de-couple the Vp and Vn power supplies)\\ 2 0.1uF Capacitors (used to de-couple the Vp and Vn power supplies)\\
  
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 Next replace the OP27 amplifier with a OP37 amplifier from the Parts Kit. Again export the Error waveform showing the settling to both rising and falling input steps for inclusion in your Lab report. Overlay the OP37 settling waveform with the saved reference waveform of the OP27. Compare the settling time and general characteristics of each. You should also again store the Error waveform, scope channel 2, for the OP37 as a reference waveform (R2) for future comparison. Next replace the OP27 amplifier with a OP37 amplifier from the Parts Kit. Again export the Error waveform showing the settling to both rising and falling input steps for inclusion in your Lab report. Overlay the OP37 settling waveform with the saved reference waveform of the OP27. Compare the settling time and general characteristics of each. You should also again store the Error waveform, scope channel 2, for the OP37 as a reference waveform (R2) for future comparison.
  
-Finally replace the OP37 with the much slower settling OP97 amplifier ​if you have one available. Again export the Error waveform showing the settling to both rising and falling input steps for inclusion in your Lab report. Overlay the OP97 settling waveform with the saved reference waveforms of the OP27 and OP37. Compare the settling time and general characteristics of each.+Finally replace the OP37 with the much slower settling OP97 amplifier. Again export the Error waveform showing the settling to both rising and falling input steps for inclusion in your Lab report. Overlay the OP97 settling waveform with the saved reference waveforms of the OP27 and OP37. Compare the settling time and general characteristics of each.
  
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 http://​www.analog.com/​static/​imported-files/​tutorials/​MT-046.pdf\\ http://​www.analog.com/​static/​imported-files/​tutorials/​MT-046.pdf\\
 http://​www.analog.com/​static/​imported-files/​application_notes/​466359863287538299597392756AN359.pdf\\ http://​www.analog.com/​static/​imported-files/​application_notes/​466359863287538299597392756AN359.pdf\\
-http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Settling_time\\+[[wp>Settling_time|Settling time]]
  
 Return to Lab Activities [[university:​courses:​electronics:​labs|Table of Contents]] Return to Lab Activities [[university:​courses:​electronics:​labs|Table of Contents]]
  
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