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Did you miss your activation email? Andreas Super Contributor Posts: Andreas on May 11, Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration Thomas Alva Edison PCB is on the table aka. I’ll prob do as Andreas suggestsmeasure LM out and the 10v out.

I’ve had a raw LM hanging on magnet wire from a HP power supply for about a month now — just swinging in datawheet air over my bench. I’ve been dataaheet surprised how stable its voltage is for an unheated style of Vref.

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If Datxsheet remembering correctly, the LM has a negative tempco. CaptnYellowShirt on May 13, Hello, this is 2nd part of: Test setup is the same as previous post.

There are some differences to mention: PSRR power supply rejection ratio on 14 60uV is nearly 2: Again on the diagrams: X-axis is heater voltage left Y-axis is datashee With best regards Andreas.

May 13, I hate how the LM’s datasheet shows the example circuits in reverse to how the die is wired. One could top it off with a Petri dish? At work I am using some customized thermostats out of – you guessed right – tuner boxes embedded in styrodur-like foam. I’ve really enjoyed these volt-nut threads and though I’m a newb, I’ve started down my own path of designing an LM reference. The idea I’m exploring is to avoid any sort lm939 trim on the output op-amp’s voltage divider just two fixed value resistors to xatasheet the gain.


Rather, I’ll achieve trim by adjusting the current driven through the LM zener. Not only that, but I’ll control the current source for the LM zener via a DAC, so that you can calibrate it via software. This means I can immerse the entire circuit in an oil bath and not have to crack it open while calibrating to tweak a pot, etc.

So, the first step down this path is coming up with a current source. My first attempts were a traditional op-amp with current sense resistor on the low side. However, I realized having the current sense resistor on the low side would introduce current error one way or another. So I tried wrapping my brain around making a high-side current source, and this is what I came up with: Here, the DAC is represented by a voltage divider, and its reference represented by a simple zener.

I’m initially choosing an LM target of Screen Shot at 8. That’s partly because the LM is represented by an 8. So it looks like the minimum voltage supply I need is about Screen Shot at 9. Uh oh, 10 minutes at the breadboard and I’m officially addicted to volt-nutting. The reading hasn’t budget an LSB in 10 minutes now!


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I fear I’ll be justifying upgrading to a used A all too soon Thanks Andreas Quote from: Andreas on May 24, I am using a double walled glass teacup I purchased in China. Seems to work quite well. I’m not saying we should kill all stupid people. I’m just saying that we should remove all product safety labels and let natural selection do its work.

I came across an interesting current source in the LM datasheet: I thought this arrangement might be interesting for use with driving an LM This struck me as being interesting, because this greatly reduces the parts count, and also because the only pins which need to touch a voltage regulator are the op amp supply pins.

An R2 of 6. Welwyn makes a 0.

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It appears a drift of dztasheet in the LT would result in nA drift in our current source: BOM costs thus far: This circuit seems to work, but I do admit I’m having a hard time convincing myself that it wouldn’t suffer from start-up problems what would prevent the op amp from just staying at 0V? Read the first post of this thread. It’s a better way to create a constant current as stable as the LM it is powering.

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