LM358 |LM358 IC Working

The LM358 is a widely used dual operational amplifier (op-amp) integrated circuit (IC) known for its versatility and reliability in various electronic applications. Developed by Texas Instruments, the LM358 is notable for its low power consumption, making it suitable for battery-powered devices. With two independent operational amplifiers in a single package, it offers cost-effective solutions for amplification, filtering, signal conditioning,
and voltage comparison tasks.

Operating from a single power supply with a wide voltage range, typically from 3V to 32V, or dual supplies ranging from ±1.5V to ±16V, the LM358 accommodates diverse voltage requirements. Its high gain bandwidth product and slew rate enable efficient signal processing in audio circuits, voltage followers, and active filters. Moreover, its low input offset voltage and low input bias current contribute to accurate signal processing in
precision instrumentation applications.

Due to its simplicity, affordability, and reliability, the LM358 remains a popular choice among hobbyists, students, and professionals for a wide range of analog circuit designs, making it a cornerstone in electronics education and industry alike.

0:00 - Intro
0:10 - Description of LM358
0:25 - LM358 Pin Configuration
0:56 - Battery Low Voltage Sensing Circuit
2:01 - Calculation of Resistor Value In Battery Low Voltage Sensing Circuit
3:08 - Battery Full Charge Sensing Circuit
4:06 - Calculation of Resistor Value In Battery Full Charge Voltage Sensing Circuit
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