Op-amp Circuits

Op-Amps  or Operational Amplifiers are called as the workhorse of Analog circuits. There are many types of Op-Amp IC, but the most commonly used ones are the LM358 and LM741. Based on the circuit design, Op-Amps can be configured for many applications like Amplifiers, Comparators, Integrators, Differentiators, Summer, Voltage Follower etc..  The below list from Circuit Digest consists of a huge collection of Op-amp Circuits with neat circuit diagram and practical DIY hardware explanation enabling you to master the operational amplifier basics.

Zero Crossing Detector Circuit

A Zero Crossing Detector Circuit is a useful application of Op-amp as Comparator. It is used to track the changing in the sine...

Peak Detector Circuit

Peak Detector Circuit is used to find the peak amplitude in a rapidly changing waveform. Peak detectors are generally used in...

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