741CN PDF

Short circuit protection Excellent temperature stability Internal frequency compensation High Input voltage range Null of offset Description The LM series are general purpose operational amplifiers. It is intended for a wide range of analog applications. The high gain and wide range of operating voltage provide superior performance in intergrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications. Guaranteed by design. T IIO? Output Resistance vs Frequency Figure 2.

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Short circuit protection Excellent temperature stability Internal frequency compensation High Input voltage range Null of offset Description The LM series are general purpose operational amplifiers. It is intended for a wide range of analog applications. The high gain and wide range of operating voltage provide superior performance in intergrator, summing amplifier, and general feedback applications.

Guaranteed by design. T IIO? Output Resistance vs Frequency Figure 2. Power Consumption vs Ambient Temperature Figure 5. Frequency Characteristics vs Ambient Temperature Figure 9. Frequency Characteristics vs Supply Voltage Figure Transient Response Figure As used herein: 1.

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Operational amplifier

Saturation Output voltage is limited to a minimum and maximum value close to the power supply voltages. The output of newer so-called "rail to rail" op-amps can reach to within millivolts of the supply rails when providing low output currents. When slewing occurs, further increases in the input signal have no effect on the rate of change of the output. Slewing is associated with the large-signal performance of an op-amp.

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741CN Datasheet – Operational Amplifier

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