See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package dimensions section on page 6 of this data sheet. ORDERING INFORMATION. LM ALYW. G. The LM is a dual general purpose operational amplifier designed with particular emphasis on performance in audio systems. This dual amplifier IC utilizes. The LM is a standard low–cost monolithic dual general–purpose operational amplifier employing Bipolar technology with innovative high–performance.
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Replacement Transformer Started by ncag Today at 7: The LM has PNP input transistors so its input bias current will cause the inputs to go in a positive direction if the resistors have datasheeet values. Don’t know, but at some point they most probably will be if not already.
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Electro Tech is an online community with overmembers who enjoy talking about and building electronic circuits, projects and gadgets. They will also sell you a datasheeet as a naked chip, no epoxy or pins, and apparently even as a wafer of thousands of dice that you can saw-apart yourself. What is the world coming to?
Thanks for explanation Jack! Started by Anonym The Lab.
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And of course cars have colors. If you have die-bonding machines and wafer-saws, you should call National and find out how much alphabet-soup goes on the end of “LM September 16, January 23, Articles Top Articles Search resources.
With the smaller engines you then had to specify row-box or slush-box gears. They may also make it in teeny-weeny SOP or SOIP or whatever packages that are smaller than the tip of my soldering iron, and much smaller than my eyes. OTOH the statistics of chip making say that up around chips you are as likely to find some on the low end as the high end, and the average is likely to be near the so-called ha-ha “typical”. What is the problem? Click here to register now.
So really 5mA vs 8mA. So, in the context of PRR’s original posting fromhe was absolutely correct.
Started by jetboatguy The Lab. September 01, Seems that you haven’t even read my post before replying To participate you need to register. I always thought N was lower noise and LN was even lower noise, seems I was wrong.
Not at all a “stupid question”. In it under LM, they specified two “order numbers”. Thank You very much for teaching such a valuable lesson.
Jellybean wall-power chips, who cares if an individual chip is 5mA or 9mA? It is Low noise Dual Op-amp.
And perhaps the HP option was “Q” in but “M” in Thanks, PRR – great explanation. I use TL dual low noise opamps. They probably did mark the NS heritage chips to make things tidy, even if the differences are very small.
IC equivalent of LM833 or NE5532
Anyway, why not use a instead, since it outperforms the in many aspects? TL is a single and TL is a quad. The “N” is just the package. Power chips with large current needs, again you may have to watch your mAs.