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# OpAmps

### ELEC: Industrial Controls

The output op amps produce are either positive or negative saturation voltages __% of the power supply values or 0 volts 80
Inverting input voltage < noninverting input voltage Positive output voltage
Inverting input Voltage > noninverting input voltage Negative output voltage
Inverting input Voltage = noninverting input voltage Zero Output Voltage
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {+1,-1} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): -5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {+1,+2} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): +5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {+2,+1} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): -5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {0,0} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): 0
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {-1,+1} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): +5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {0,-1} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): -5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {0,+1} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): +5
Terminals(Volts):{Inverting input,noninverting} {+3,+3} Output Saturation Voltage(Volts): 0
Output Voltage can be calculated by using this formula. Output Voltage = Feedback Resistance / Input Resistance * Input Voltage
The Summing operational amplifier cannot exceed __% of the power supply voltage 80
Output Voltage can be calculated by using what formula? Output Voltage = [ 1 + Feedback Resistor / Input Resistor ] ( Input Voltage )
Created by: nguill00

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