N-M7 Operational Amplifiers Module

OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS MODULE - N-M7

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With Operational Amplifiers Module, "N-M7", designed by EDIBON, the different amplifiers can be studied: inverting, non-inverting, additive, differential and comparators.

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General Description

Operational amplifiers are compact, active, linear and high-gain devices designed to provide the desired transfer function. An operational amplifier consists of an electronic circuit having two inputs and one output. The output is the difference between the two inputs multiplied by a gain factor.

In short, the Operational Amplifier also called OpAmp or Op-Amp is an integrated circuit. Its main function is to amplify the voltage with a differential type input in order to have an amplified and ground-referenced output.

Operational amplifiers enable a wide variety of useful electronic circuits from a voltage comparator, a signal amplifier, arithmetic operations and filtering signals, etc. Operational amplifiers are made up of a large number of internal transistors that allow them to control currents and voltages, to give them their electrical characteristics.

With Operational Amplifiers Module, "N-M7", designed by EDIBON, the different amplifiers can be studied: inverting, non-inverting, additive, differential and comparators.

In addition, faults can be simulated in most of the circuits under study. The student must investigate what is happening in the circuit and why it is not working properly. These faults simulations can be of several types from damage components to a hypothetical incorrect circuit assembly.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

Operational amplifier characteristics:

  1. Operational amplifier study.
  2. Closed-loop output compensation voltage.
  3. Operational amplifier fault study.
  4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

The inverting amplifier:

  1. Inverting amplifier study.
  2. Inverting amplifier fault study.
  3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

The non-inverting amplifier:

  1. Study of the non-inverting amplifier.
  2. Voltage follower.
  3. Fault study in the non-inverting amplifier.
  4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

The adder amplifier:

  1. Adding amplifier study.
  2. Faults study in the adding amplifier.
  3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

The differential amplifier:

  1. Differential amplifier study.
  2. Differential amplifier fault study.
  3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Comparators:

  1. Comparator study.
  2. Comparators fault study.
  3. Theoretical/practical exercises.
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MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

  1. Attenuator.
  2. Voltage Divider.
  3. Open-loop operation.
  4. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.

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