I have a Question about IA AD524,
1- What does the protection dose in the Device and what is it made of?
2- Why there is 4 Op Amp in it not 2 Op-Amp as in a regular IA ?
3- What does Vb stand for?
I have a corner case where we could possibly back feed a power supply with an AD524. The datasheet says it can short the output indefinitely but we want to get some confirmation on a few items. What is the max output current of the AD524? What thermal issues…
I am designing an op amp circuit and would like to use either the AD524 (cheaper, available in surface mount package) or the AD624 ("newer" part number, but more expensive, not available in surface mount package).
Since both op amps…
I am using an AD524S and need to know if the unused NC and Null pins need to be terminated in any fashion.
Any issues with running an AD524 on +15V for positive supply and -5V for negative supply. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Unfortunately, we don't have any details of the ESD ratings of AD524 since this was manufactured before the start of including the ESD voltage ratings in the Absolute Maximum Ratings section.
If you're really in need of the ESD max…
I have an AD524 being used in an application that may require input and output offset nulling. The AD524 is being used with a gain of 10. I would like to know what value to start with for the pot for both the input and output offset null. +VS…
I'm using AD524.
I wonder when inputs are open what voltage should be measured from output ?
Bias Voltage is +/- 10V.