Inverting Summing Amplifier using Op Amp

Inverting Summing Amplifier using Op Amp

Inverting Summing Amplifier using Op Amp

The inverting summing amplifier using op amp outputs a voltage equal to the sum of the voltages it has in its inputs. The following explanation is based on an adder of three inputs, but applies to an adder of any number of inputs

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1 Input - 4 Outputs Stereo Audio Splitter

1 Input – 4 Outputs Stereo Audio Splitter

1 Input – 4 Outputs Stereo Audio Splitter

This 1 Input – 4 Outputs Stereo Audio Splitter has a single input and 4 independent outputs, each amplified with an operational amplifier.

Each operational amplifier is configured as an emitter follower, to take advantage of its high input impedance and low output impedance, thus avoiding distortion in sound.

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Temperature alarm circuit with Op. Amp.

Temperature alarm circuit with Op. Amp.

Temperature alarm circuit with 741 operational amplifier

This temperature alarm circuit with operational amplifier activates a relay when the temperature of the place to be controlled exceeds a set level. Useful for an oven temperature control or a cooling system

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Twilight switch circuit with operational amplifier and LDR

Twilight switch circuit with operational amplifier and LDR

This Twilight switch circuit activates a light, a lamp, a motor, etc., at the time of sunset and performs the reverse process at dawn.

This is an ideal circuit for activating a security light that must be on all night.

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Wien-bridge Oscillator with Op Amp

Wien-bridge Oscillator with Op Amp

Wien-bridge Oscillator using Op-Amp The Wien-bridge oscillator, as shown on the basic outline of the diagram below, consists of an Operational Amplifier (OA) in a non-inverting configuration with gain 1+R2/R1 and a RC feedback network with the following transfer function: Where: Combining the first and the second equation we get: The loop gain (BA) is: The Barkhausen criterion […]

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