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24 Classic Circuits Consisting of Bidirectional General Purpose Operational Amplifier LM358


Catalog

I Overview

II Features

III Parameters

IV Figures


I Overview

The LM358 includes two independent, high gain, internal frequency compensation double operational amplifiers,  and it's suitable for single power supply with a wide range of voltage, and also suitable for dual power operation mode. Under recommended operating conditions, the power supply current is independent of the power supply voltage. Its scope of use includes sensor amplifiers, DC gain modules, audio amplifiers, industrial controls, DC gain components, and all other applications of operational amplifiers that can be powered from a single source.


TOP 5 Electronics Projects using LM358 | OP-AMP


II Features

Internal frequency compensation

High dc voltage gain (about 100dB)

Unit gain frequency band width (about 1MHz).

Wide power supply voltage range: single power supply (3-30v)

Double power supply (plus or minus 1.5-plus or minus 15V)

Power rejection ratio

Low power consumption current, and suitable for battery power supply.

Low input bias

Low input offset voltage and offset current.

Common mode input voltage range is wide, including grounding.

Differential mode input voltage range is wide, and equal to the power supply voltage range.

Output voltage swing is large (0 to vcc-1.5v).


III Parameters

Input bias current

45nA.

Input misaligned current

50nA

Input offset voltage

2.9mV

Input the maximum common mode voltage

VCC-1.5V

Common mode rejection ratio

80dB

Power rejection ratio

100dB


IV Figures

Figure 1. Pin Function of DIP Molding Pin

Figure 1. Pin Function of DIP Molding Pin



Figure 2. Diagram of Circular Metallic Package Pin

Figure 2. Diagram of Circular Metallic Package Pin


Figure 3. Schematic Diagram of Internal Circuit

Figure 3. Schematic Diagram of Internal Circuit


Figure 4. DC-Coupled Low-pass RC Active Filter

Figure 4. DC-Coupled Low-pass RC Active Filter



Figure 5. LED Driver

Figure 5. LED Driver



Figure 6. TTL Drive Circuit

Figure 6. TTL Drive Circuit


Figure 7. RC Active Bandpass Filter

Figure 7. RC Active Bandpass Filter


Figure 8. Squarewave Oscillator

Figure 8. Squarewave Oscillator


Figure 9. Hysteresis Comparator

Figure 9. Hysteresis Comparator


Figure 10. Bandpass Active Filter

Figure 10. Bandpass Active Filter


Figure 11. Light Driver

Figure 11. Light Driver


Figure 12. Current Monito

Figure 12. Current Monito


Figure 13.  Low Drift Peak Detector

Figure 13.  Low Drift Peak Detector


Figure 14. Voltage Follower

Figure 14. Voltage Follower


Figure 15 Peripheral Circuit of Power Amplifier

Figure 15 Peripheral Circuit of Power Amplifier


Figure 16. Voltage Control Oscillator (VCO)

Figure 16. Voltage Control Oscillator (VCO)


Figure 17. Fixed Current Source

Figure 17. Fixed Current Source


Figure 18. Pulse Generator

Figure 18. Pulse Generator


Figure 19. AC Coupled Inverter Amplifier

Figure 19. AC Coupled Inverter Amplifier


Figure 20. AC Coupled Non-reverse Amplifier

Figure 20. AC Coupled Non-reverse Amplifier


Figure 21. Adjustable Gain Meter Amplifier

Figure 21. Adjustable Gain Meter Amplifier


Figure 22. DC Amplifier

Figure 22. DC Amplifier


Figure 23. Pulse Generator

Figure 23. Pulse Generator


Figure 24. Bridge Current Amplifier

Figure 24. Bridge Current Amplifier


Figure 25. Refers to Differential Input Signal

Figure 25. Refers to Differential Input Signal


Figure 26. DC Differential Amplifier

 Figure 26. DC Differential Amplifier


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