App note: Op-amps driving capacitive loads

Posted on Saturday, December 8th, 2012 in app notes by DP

Analog Devices describes why it’s a bad idea to drive capacitive loads with op amps. If you’re forced to drive a capacitive load, this video also provides a possible solution to the stability issues.

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3 Responses to “App note: Op-amps driving capacitive loads”

  1. AMS says:

    Wow. That is some impressive writing backwards.

    • eLLi says:

      The presenter actually writes normal, and they mirror the video in post production (as written by A.D. in the comments of one of their YT videos). Clever idea, though…

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