TI Precision Labs – Op Amp Evaluation Module


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The TI-PLABS-AMP-EVM is an experimenter’s board that is used in conjunction with TI Precision Labs Videos to gain a deeper understanding of op amp circuits. The EVM contains eight common op amp circuits that can be easily configured with jumpers.  The documentation shows configuration examples of the EVM with the National Instruments VirtualBench, but will work with any standard test equipment.

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  • Intuitive setup – the PCB overlay shows the schematic and jumper placement for each circuit
  • Inverting, non-inverting, cascaded, Riso capacitor drive, dual feedback cap drive, and active filters
  • BNC and banana jack connections to test equipment
  • DIP adaptors are used to make the amplifiers interchangeable
  • Several amplifiers are included to facilitate experimentation

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User guides (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 19800 18 May 2016 309
PDF 580 17 Feb 2015 328
PDF 1529 06 Feb 2015 500
More literature (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 18252 18 May 2016 228

Software (3)

Name Part Number Software Type
Bode Analyzer Software for National Instruments VirtualBench(TM)  VIRTUALBENCH-BODE-ANALYZER  Application Software & Frameworks 

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