Posts tagged ‘NE5532’

Visualizing Comparator and Op Amp Hysteresis

Hysteresis can be added to a comparator circuit to improve its stability, especially when the input signal is noisy. In this post, we will examine the hysteresis characteristics of some common comparator and Op Amps using an oscilloscope. Continue reading ‘Visualizing Comparator and Op Amp Hysteresis’ »

A Digitally Controlled Dual Tracking Power Supply — II

In my previous post, I showed my design of a dual tracking ±30V linear power supply. My goal was to use the transformer (28V+28V, center tapped) from an old Deltron W127G open-frame power supply and build a lab supply that can be digitally adjusted in both constant voltage and constant current modes. I also wanted each of the channels to be able to deliver up to 10 Amps of current so that I could fully utilize the 540VA transfomer from the W127G. Continue reading ‘A Digitally Controlled Dual Tracking Power Supply — II’ »