## What is the slew rate of an ideal op-amp?

In an ideal opamp, output follows the input instantly and hence the time delay is zero. slew rate is calculated as the ratio of change in voltage at the output to time taken for this action to take place. If time delay is zero, the slew rate will be infinite.

## What is slew rate formula?

Slew rate = 2 π f V. Where. slew rate is measured in volts / second, although actual measurements are often given in v/µs. f = the highest signal frequency, Hz. V = the maximum peak voltage of the signal.

**Does op-amp have infinite slew rate?**

Hint: Slew rate is measurement of the response of an operational amplifier. For an ideal operational amplifier, time delay is negligible. Hence it has an infinite slew rate.

**What is maximum input voltage for 741 opamp?**

Common Mode Voltage Limits For a 741 operating on +/-15 volts, the common mode input swing should be within +/-12 volts. Voltages over 15V may damage the op-amp, regardless of the supply voltage.

### What is the average CMRR for a 741 op-amp?

90dB

For 741IC, CMRR is 90dB. The change in the op-amp’s offset voltage caused by variations in supply voltage is called SVRR. The change in supply voltage can be denoted by dV and the corresponsing change in input ffset voltage can be denoted by dVio. For 741 IC, SVRR = 150uV/V.

### What is the ideal value of CMRR for 741 IC opamp?

∴ The CMRR of an ideal Op-Amp is infinity.

**How is op-amp slew rate calculated?**

Slew rate is defined as the maximum rate of change of an op amps output voltage, and is given in units of volts per microsecond. Slew rate is measured by applying a large signal step, such as one volt, to the input of the op amp, and measuring the rate of change from 10% to 90% of the output signal’s amplitude.

**Why IC 741 is not used for high frequency applications?**

Why IC 741 is not used for high frequency applications? IC741 has a low slew rate because of the predominance of capacitance present in the circuit at higher frequencies. As frequency increases the output gets distorted due to limited slew rate.

#### Is slew rate affected by DC offset?

As long as the offset is in the linear range, it is not affected by DC offset. Slew rate is limited by two factors whichever is smaller; The main reason for slew rate is current limit.

#### What is the output of IC 741?

The following are the basic specifications of IC 741: Power Supply: Requires a Minimum voltage of 5V and can withstand up to 18V. Input Impedance: About 2 MΩ Output impedance: About 75 Ω

**What is the slew rate of 741 op amp?**

One of the practical op-amp limitationsis the rate at which the output voltage can change. The limiting rate of change for a device is called its “slew rate”. The slew rate for the 741is 0.5V/microsecond compared to 100V/microsecond for a high-speed op-amp.

**What is the slew rate of the 741 and lh0063c?**

The slew rate for the 741is 0.5V/microsecond compared to 100V/microsecond for a high-speed op-amp. The LH0063C has a slew rate of 6000V/microsecond.

## What are the limitations of the slew-rate?

The slew-rate imposes high-frequency limitations on the device. At some critical frequency, an output swing equal to the supply voltages will require a slew rate faster than the maximum slew rate of the device. Above that frequency, the amplitude of distortion-free output voltage swing will be limited.

## What is the difference between LM741 and lm709?

General Description The LM741 series are general purpose operational amplifi- ers which feature improved performance over industry stan- dards like the LM709. They are direct, plug-in replacements for the 709C, LM201, MC1439 and 748 in most applications.