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July 6, 2011 AT 12:56 pm

Now THIS is an OPAMP!

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Now THIS is an OPAMP!


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5 Comments

  1. 0_0 (!)

  2. Here is the data sheet for the part for all that are interested. http://www.philbrickarchive.org/pp55a.htm

  3. THis is one I have not seen before.. cool

    R

  4. The Philbrick OP-AMPS that had two vacuum tubes (valves) sticking out of the top and plugged in were the first modular OP-AMPS and the Burr-Brown OP-AMP in the walnut box was really neat. I have seen pictures, but I don’t have any.

  5. I’ll see your op-amp and raise you an ADC.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/ZRT-L0GvoYj_iBqvunSZQVRjjubVOp5reSYmsCUdLrg?feat=directlink

    Came out of an ancient radiation field analyzer (along with, among other things, a lifetime supply of reed relays and 20-turn trimpots). Sadly I never found any data on it.

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