Oscillations are very much a function of layout and wiring, especially if you have no bypass caps. See Tracecom's schematic. He did it right.I just built when the schematic showed me, where would one put the bypass caps? and why would it work on the breadboard but not the protoboard?
Good. As you saw, it was not included in the schematic in the datasheet. That is because it is standard practice to include it and the publishers of the datasheet took it for granted that you would do that.Alright guys, thanks for the help all I needed was a cap across the power pins I guess my supply was shaky.
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