741 IC Operational Amplifier
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The IC 741 is a small chip. It comprises eight pins. 2, 3 and 6 numbered pins are most significant.
Pin 2 is inverting terminal.
Pin 3 is non-inverting terminal.
Pin 6 is output terminal.
IC 741 mainly performs mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, integration, differentiation etc. IC 741 has three stages such as differential input, gain, and push-pull output.
Pin 1 and 5 are “offset null” or “balance” terminals.
The op amp is nothing but a differential amplifier. When we apply the same voltage at the inverting terminal (Pin 2) and the non-inverting terminal (Pin 3) there should not be any voltage at the output terminal (Pin 6). This condition is an ideal. Practically there is always a small voltage (offset voltage) appears at pin 6 even the voltage applied at pin 2 and 3 are exactly equal. Offset voltage appears at output because we can not make the parameters of transistors and value of biasing resistances of differential amplifier perfectly same.
Pin 1 is balance pin (offset null)
Pin 2 is inverting input
Pin 3 is non inverting input
Pin 4 is negative power supply pin
Pin 5 is balance pin (offset null)
Pin 6 is output pin
Pin 7 is positive power supply pin
Pin 8 does not have any connection
We furnish the typical parameters of a 741 IC in the table below.
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