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"A new opamp's here, a new opamp's here!"

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by George Herold, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. (Title said in the voice of Steve Martin)
    Seriously this looks like a nice HV opamp.*
    (well if you download the spec sheet the open loop phase does a dipsy
    doodle at a few hundred kHz.)

    I can replace some expensive Apex parts.
    (as soon as someone has stock.)

    George H.
    *as seen on EDN
  2. Frank Miles

    Frank Miles Guest

    Thanks for the heads-up - looks to be worth further investigation.
    It doesn't have the same output-capacitance load requirement of most of
    the Apex parts {many seemingly designed to drive piezo crystals} - that's
    not necessarily a bad thing.
  3. Well, I use the Apex to drive a piezo stack... maybe the LT part won't
    be as good? I'd have to redo the pcb... or make an Apex header pcb.

    George H.
  4. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    The KEY WORD ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

  5. I assume that a nice email to LT would get me some free samples.
    (no time at the moment)

    George H.
  6. ?? It was meant as a parody of "The new phone book's here....etc."

    George H. (I'm clueless most of the time.)
  7. Wasn't thinking of using their front end without some low-noise gain
    up front.. but in seriousness I think you'd have to watch out for that
    resistor's voltage coefficient, if linearity mattered.

    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
  8. I guess I knew he played the banjo.

    Of course the master died just last year... RIP Earl (Scruggs)
    My son likes the banjo so we have a few of his CD's

    George H.
  9. Oppie

    Oppie Guest

    I'll have to stick with an Apex part until someone else makes a device that
    will output -20 to +150 that my piezo actuator needs...
    So near yet so far (rats!)
  10. josephkk

    josephkk Guest

    I think Bela Fleck is the new master, he just plays jazz instead.

  11. josephkk

    josephkk Guest

    Oh! OK. What is that bluegrass band called?

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