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741 OP_AMP Thermocouple

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  1. Robert

    Robert Guest

    Keeping the circuit simple as possible for maxium output voltage, if a
    thermocouple is conected to inputs pin 2 and pin3 is a resisor required
    between input of pin 2 to output of pin 6 for maxium output voltage or the
    resistor is not even required.

    In replace of the resistor can a conection be made between input of pin 2 to
    output of pin 6.

    Any sensor that generates its own voltage in mili volts can that be fed to
    the inputs of pins 2 and 3 or is a negative feed back required for maxium
    voltage output of pin 6




    Thanks Robert
     
  2. Ed-

    Ed- Guest

    assignment help is expensive, but you get wat u pay 4, hey!

    :
    : Keeping the circuit simple as possible for maxium output voltage, if a
    : thermocouple is conected to inputs pin 2 and pin3 is a resisor
    required
    : between input of pin 2 to output of pin 6

    yes

    for maxium output voltage or the resistor is not even required.

    yes

    : In replace of the resistor can a conection be made between input of
    pin 2 to
    : output of pin 6.

    yes

    : Any sensor that generates its own voltage in mili volts can that be
    fed to
    : the inputs of pins 2 and 3

    yes but

    : or is a negative feed back required for maxium
    : voltage output of pin 6

    yes, otherwise the o/p will saturate due to the opon loop gane bein very
    hi
    \
    :
    :
    :
    :
    : Thanks Robert

    thanku
    ps hows the engrish classes going

    :
    :
     
  3. Rob

    Rob Guest

    correction - crasses
     
  4. Robert

    Robert Guest

    Thanks for the hepl you piece of shit, sounds like you are a goverment
    worker looking at your email address, spend to much time looking for
    spelling errors then helping people KUN******
     
  5. Robert

    Robert Guest

    Why don`t you help people then giving them shit you arshole you KUN*******
     
  6. Ed-

    Ed- Guest

    Take a chill pill or two.

    damm, now you know my workplace...

    btw, ow goods ur spam filtr you little tosser?



    : Thanks for the hepl you piece of shit, sounds like you are a goverment
    : worker looking at your email address, spend to much time looking for
    : spelling errors then helping people KUN******
    :
    : : > assignment help is expensive, but you get wat u pay 4, hey!
    : >
    : > :
    : > : Keeping the circuit simple as possible for maxium output voltage,
    if a
    : > : thermocouple is conected to inputs pin 2 and pin3 is a resisor
    : > required
    : > : between input of pin 2 to output of pin 6
    : >
    : > yes
    : >
    : > for maxium output voltage or the resistor is not even required.
    : >
    : > yes
    : >
    : > : In replace of the resistor can a conection be made between input
    of
    : > pin 2 to
    : > : output of pin 6.
    : >
    : > yes
    : >
    : > : Any sensor that generates its own voltage in mili volts can that
    be
    : > fed to
    : > : the inputs of pins 2 and 3
    : >
    : > yes but
    : >
    : > : or is a negative feed back required for maxium
    : > : voltage output of pin 6
    : >
    : > yes, otherwise the o/p will saturate due to the opon loop gane bein
    very
    : > hi
    : > \
    : > :
    : > :
    : > :
    : > :
    : > : Thanks Robert
    : >
    : > thanku
    : > ps hows the engrish classes going
    : >
    : > :
    : > :
    : >
    :
    :
     
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