OP-AMP Configurations: Inverting and Non-Inverting
1.
OP-AMP CONFIGURATIONS :
INVERTING AND NON-INVERTING.
- Atharva Chavan
2.
CONTENTS
Inverting OP-AMP configuration
- circuit diagram of Inverting OP-AMP.
- Input & Output Waveforms of Inverting OP-AMP.
Non-Inverting OP-AMP configuration
- circuit diagram of Non-inverting OP-AMP.
- Input & Output Waveforms of Non-inverting OP-AMP.
3.
INVERTING OP-AMP CONFIGURATION
This is a diagram of an INVERTING OP-AMP.
This circuit makes use of an OP-AMP, a single
resistor(R1) connected to input and a feedback resistor
(R2) connected to R1.
The Inverting Amplifier produces a 180˚ phase shift
in voltage from input to output.
4.
INPUT AND OUTPUT WAVEFORMS OF AN
INVERTING OP-AMP
(gain assumed to be 2)
The input and output signals of the inverting amplifier
are not in-phase with each other.
5.
NON INVERTING OP-AMP CONFIGURATION
This is a diagram of NON-INVERTING OP-AMP.
This circuit consists of an OP-AMP, a single resistor
(R1) connected to ground and feedback resistor (R2)
connected to R1.
Input Voltage is directly applied through the noninverting terminal.
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NON INVERTING OP-AMP CONFIGURATION
R1 and R2 form a simple potential divider network
across the non-inverting amplifier with the voltage gain
of the circuit being determined by the ratios
of R2 and R1
7.
INPUT AND OUTPUT WAVEFORMS OF AN NON
INVERTING OP-AMPINVERTING OP-AMP
The input voltage signal, ( Vin ) is applied directly to the
non-inverting ( + ) input terminal which means that the
output gain of the amplifier becomes "Positive".
The result of this is that the output signal is "in-phase"
with the input signal.
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