See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package dimensions section on page 6 of this data sheet. ORDERING INFORMATION. LM ALYW. G. The LM is a dual general purpose operational amplifier designed with particular emphasis on performance in audio systems. This dual amplifier IC utilizes. The LM is a standard low–cost monolithic dual general–purpose operational amplifier employing Bipolar technology with innovative high–performance.
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So really 5mA vs 8mA. Regarding these equivalent opampsm, if I use them on the same circuit as their counterpart, would there be needed changes on the circuit or I just simply replace them? A note of additional caution: Can I replace s tant cap with an electrolytic? Now is the “newer” TI better or worse than the older National version is anyone’s guess.
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You can’t buy a “LM” the same way you can’t buy a “Honda Accord”. I always thought N was lower noise and LN was even lower noise, seems I was wrong. Octal tube sockets were the right size for building stuff: Click here to register now. The NE has NPN transistors so its input bias current will cause the inputs to go in a negative direction.
Thanks, PRR – great explanation. Not at all a “stupid question”. I use TL dual low noise opamps.
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Digikey has about of the LM with pins and many thousands with surface mount in stock. No changes to the circuit are required. TI bought National Semi a few years back, and absorbed its parts into their system.
Don’t know, but at some point they most probably will be if not already. Started by Anonym The Lab.
If you have die-bonding machines and wafer-saws, you should call National and find out how much alphabet-soup goes on the end of “LM Thread starter amarpandey Start date Nov 26, I have no words left And of course cars have colors. Are they now made from the same die? In it under LM, they specified two “order numbers”. The LM has PNP input transistors so its input bias current will cause the inputs to go in a positive direction if the resistors have high values.
There may be additional letters indicating special grade or temperature though I don’t think there are variant grades of LM Sorry if it is a stupid question. At the end of the data sheet there is a list of full part numbers with package types.
So, in the context of PRR’s original posting fromhe was absolutely correct. November 11, The “N” is just the package.
IC equivalent of LM833 or NE5532
Welcome to our site! Power chips with large current needs, again you may have to watch your mAs. Each of these must be an additional digit in the code-number the salesman datasheeet to put into the order system. The NE has diodes across its inputs. TL is a single and TL is a quad.
And this also depends on the market. They may also make it in teeny-weeny SOP datasueet SOIP or whatever packages that are smaller than the tip of my soldering iron, and much smaller than my eyes. Too small for my eyes, but they never made integrated circuits any bigger, and I soldered a lot of DIPs in my youth. And perhaps the HP option was “Q” in but “M” in September llm833, ,