I have managed to get a TL074 running off of a voltage divider made out of two 200K Ohm half-watt resistors, but the board looks ugly & requires 24-Volts DC (I get best results off any CD-4000 series IC at 12-V). I only use the 24 volts for providing an AC virtual Earth at 12Volts for the Vcc & Vee pins of my ICs and then have to either design the whole circuit using the 12w-Volt DC node as my ground or use half-watt resistors for everything which takes up space and the increased power increased the chances of drawing too much current if I make a mistake.
Can anyone provide a link to a simple way to power the 4000 series CMOS ICs with 12-Volts DC as well as most other precision Op-Amps and Comparators?
Can anyone provide a link to a simple way to power the 4000 series CMOS ICs with 12-Volts DC as well as most other precision Op-Amps and Comparators?