calculation on opamp

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  1. farkhana

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    can anyone teach me how to calculate the output from op amp?

    Thanks
     
  2. luvv

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  3. farkhana

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    i dont mean gain..how to calculate the output voltage from opamp as in the figure..
     
  4. BSomer

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    The output voltage is the gain * input.

    Gain is figured by :
    Rf / Ri + 1 = non-inverting op-amp gain
    Rf / Ri = inverting op-amp gain
    where Rf is the feedback resistance and Ri is the input resistance

    The equations shown in the link given by luvv are useful if you know 2 of the following: input voltage, output voltage, gain.

    Hope this helps a little.
     
  5. PaulEE

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    The output can be calculated by multiplying the input voltage by the gain of the op-amp stage.

    Since the gain of the op-amp stage has been explained twice, I assume you're okay with that aspect.

    The part that nobody explained was that the current source of 4 mA runs MOSTLY through the 10 ohm resistor. The voltage that appears at the +input (in front of the 10K input resistor) is 0.04v.

    The GAIN (again) of the stage is that of a non-inverting op-amp stage and is 10K/941 + 1, or 11.62 ish. Multiplying the input of 0.04v by this gain yields the output the meter reads, approximately, 457 mV.

    This analysis is only an approximation because the input bias currents, as well as other non-ideal op-amp properties, cause this value to be slightly off; CircuitMaker is o.k. at including these non-ideal parameters into its calculations.
     
  6. farkhana

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    thanks for your help..it's very helpful..
     
  7. PaulEE

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    You're quite welcome.
     
  8. farkhana

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    how about this one?

    is it i need to simplify the resistor on inverting input and multiply with Vin on non-inverting?
     
  9. PaulEE

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    That one is a bit more work...what's "1K"? What's the actual value of the potentiometer?
     
  10. farkhana

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    the actual value for potentiometer is 400 ohm..
     
  11. farkhana

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    anyone help me calculate the gain of op-amp..
     
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