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LM358DR

Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SOIC 0 to 70

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Price Range $0.0600 / $0.3600

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LM358DRE4 Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SOIC 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358DRE4
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LM358DRG4 Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SOIC 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358DRG4
LM358D Amplifier Circuits Low-power dual op-amps with low input bias current STMicroelectronics LM358DR vs LM358D
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LM358DRE4 Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SOIC 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358DRE4
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LM358PW Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-TSSOP 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358PW
LM358PSR Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SO 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358PSR
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LM358DRG4 Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-SOIC 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358DRG4
LM358P Amplifier Circuits Dual standard operational amplifier 8-PDIP 0 to 70 Texas Instruments LM358DR vs LM358P
LM358D Amplifier Circuits Low-power dual op-amps with low input bias current STMicroelectronics LM358DR vs LM358D

Global Popularity

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Popularity in Operational Amplifiers

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  • 1. China
    100
  • 2. India
    94
  • 3. South Korea
    86
  • 4. United States
    86
  • 5. Malaysia
    80
  • 6. Brazil
    73
  • 7. Hong Kong
    72
  • 8. Taiwan
    66
  • 9. Israel
    66
  • 10. Vietnam
    65

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  • 1. Rochester Electronics $0.0600 Buy Now
  • 2. Texas Instruments $0.1410 Buy Now
  • 3. element14 Asia-Pacific $0.1456 Buy Now
  • 4. Newark element14 $0.3600 Buy Now

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: Where can I find an LM358 pinout?

    A: LM358 is a dual op-amp IC integrated with two op-amps powered by a common power supply. It can be considered as one half of LM324 Quad op-amp which contains four op-amps with common power supply. The differential input voltage range can be equal to that of power supply voltage. more

  • Q: How do I use an LM358 Op Amp?

    A: Applications of LM358 IC more

  • Q: How do I connect an LM358 as a comparator?

    A: With reference to the op-amp comparator circuit above, lets first assume that VIN is less than the DC voltage level at VREF, ( VIN < VREF ). As the non-inverting (positive) input of the comparator is less than the inverting (negative) input, the output will be LOW and at the negative supply voltage, -Vcc resulting in a negative saturation of the output. more

  • Q: Where can I find details about LM358 circuits?

    A: Electronics circuits and projects based on op-amp IC LM358. These interesting circuits and DIY projects are explained throughly with the help of schematics, working diagrams and videos. more

  • Q: How do I use an audio amplifier with an LM358?

    A: Modest power audio amplifiers for driving small speakers or other light loads can be constructed in a number of ways. The first choice is usually an integrated circuit designed for the purpose such as the LM386 or newer class D switching types that often accept digital data instead of simple audio voltage. more

  • Q: How do I use an LM358 with Arduino?

    A: The PWM output of your Arduino will work fine in many cases. Particularly with motors and LEDs. However, what if you must have an actual DC voltage? This tutorial will show you how to create that analog voltage using an LM358. more

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