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Top 5 Texas Instruments Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps)

July 21, 2020The SnapEDA Team

An operational amplifier or widely known as Op Amp is a device consisting of inverting and non-inverting inputs with an output gain voltage. From the name itself, this device is mainly used to amplify a signal and it can also be used as a voltage comparator, filter, and voltage follower (buffer).

If you are choosing the best amplifier for your next project, Texas Instruments offers a wide range of operational amplifiers that can be set as single supply inverting amp or split-supply/dual supply amp or non-inverting op-amps and they are all available on SnapEDA.

These are the top 5 most downloaded Texas Instruments op-amps on SnapEDA!

  1. LM358-N Dual Standard Operational Amplifier

    – Single Supply Voltage of 3V to 32V or Dual Supplies of ±1.5V to ±16V
    – Output Current 20mA (typical)
    – 1 MHz Bandwidth (typical)

  1. LMV358 Dual Low-Voltage Rail-to-Rail Output Operational Amplifier

    – Supply Voltage of 2.7V to 5.5V
    – Output Current 60mA (typical)
    – 1 MHz Bandwidth (typical)

  1. LM324 4-Channel Industry Standard Operational Amplifier

    – Single Supply Voltage of 3V to 32V or Dual Supplies of ±1.5V to ±16V
    – Output Current 40mA (typical)
    – 1.2 MHz Bandwidth (typical)

  1. LM10 Operational Amplifier and Voltage Reference

    – Single Supply Voltage of 1.1V to 40V
    – Output Current 20mA (typical)
    – 0.05 MHz Bandwidth (typical)

  1. OP07 Low-Offset Voltage (0.25mV) Single Operational Amplifier

    – Single Supply Voltage of 5V to 44V
    – Slew Rate 0.3V/us (typical)
    – 0.6 MHz Bandwidth (typical)

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