Convert a DC 0V to 5V signal to 0V to 10V output where 15V Pwr com for op amp is different

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  1. Brade

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    Aug 25, 2015
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    Hello I need to make a circuit taking a 0V to5V signal with signal common to a linear 0V to 10V. 2:1. I have tried a LM324A op amp single source +15V and power common with the correct feedback Voltage divider to get the output i am looking for. I thought i might be able to use the signal common as the ground for the inputs and feedback for the 2 to 1 gain I need, but i get nada at the output using signal common as the reference. I setup a voltage divider with a couple of 50K pots from 15V supply and power common for a variable input on my non inverting op amp + input circuit, and it works great. Any suggestions on how to do this with my input voltage where the signal common is separate from the power common?
     
  2. AnalogKid

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    Way too many possible circuit combinations for text. This is an electrical engineering forum; we don't burp without a schematic. Please post yours.

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