CIRCUIT060073

Comparator circuit with and without hysteresis

CIRCUIT060073

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Overview

Comparators are used to compare two different signal levels and create an output based on the input with the higher input voltage. Noise or signal variation at the comparison threshold will cause the comparator output to have multiple output transitions. Hysteresis sets upper- and lower-threshold voltages to eliminate the multiple transitions caused by noise.
Features
  • Input:
    • Vi = 0 V to 5 V
  • Output:
    • Vo = 0 V to 5 V
  • Supply:
    • Vcc = 5 V, Vee = 0 V, Vref  = 5 V
    • V_L (lower threshold) = 2.3 V
    • V_H (upper threshold) = 2.7 V
    • V_H - V_L = 0.4 V

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Simulation for Comparator With and Without Hysteresis SBOC515.ZIP (256KB)

Supported products & hardware

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Comparators
TLV3201 5.5-V, high-speed, single push-pull comparator

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* Circuit design Comparator with and without hysteresis circuit (Rev. A) Feb. 04, 2019

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