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FAKULTI TEKNOLOGI KEJURUTERAAN

UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA

ELECTRONIC DEVICES LABORATORY

BTKR1334

SEMESTER II

SESSION 2012/2013

LAB 5: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER

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Issue Number
2/2/2011
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1.0 LEARNING OUTCOMES


To identify and observe the distinct feature of basic Op-Amp circuit such as:
a. Inverting configuration.
b. Non-inverting configuration.
c. Summing amplifier configuration.

2.0 EQUIPMENT
Instruments:

Personal Computer with PSPICE Software

3.0 SYNOPSIS & THEORY


The LM741C op-amp comes in 8 pins dual in line package (DIP). The pins are numbered
like diagram below. Pin 8 is not connected. Pin 1 and 5 are used to eliminate the offset
voltage.

Physical package of LM741C


The op-amp is a very high gain amplifier with inverting and non-inverting inputs. It
can be used to provide a much smaller but exact gain by external resistors or to sum more
than one input, each input having a desired voltage gain.
As an inverting amplifier, the resistors are connected to the inverting input as shown in Fig.
1 with output voltage of

Vo

Rf
R1

V1

Fig. 1: Inverting Amplifier


A non-inverting amplifier is provided by the circuit of Fig. 2 with output voltage given by

Rf

V1
Vo 1
R1

Fig. 2: Non-inverting Amplifier


More than one input can be connected through separate resistors as shown in Fig. 3,
with the output voltage:

Rf
Rf
Rf
Vo
V1
V2
V3
R2
R3
R1

Fig. 3: Summing amplifier

4.0 PROCEDURE
PART 1 (PRE LAB)
Search LM741 datasheet for your references.

PART 2 (SIMULATION)
a) Inverting Amplifier

1. Connect the circuit as shown in Figure 4.


a. Rf = 10k
b. R1 = 10k
c. Both +Vcc and -Vcc are set to +9V and 9V and set the sine-wave
generator to 1 kHz, 4Vp-p.

Fig. 4: Experimental inverting amplifier

2. Measure the input and output voltage (Vin and Vout) by means of oscilloscope.
Use Channel 1 and Channel 2. Record the peak-to-peak value of Vin and Vout
in Table 1.
3. Attach all waveforms captured by oscilloscope in appendix I. Label all signals
appropriately
4. Calculate and then record the gain of the amplifier (Vout/Vin).
5. Compare the phase of Vin and Vout and indicate whether they are in phase or
180 out of phase.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for each value of R1 shown in Table 1.
Table 1: Inverting op-amp

Rf

R1

Peak-to peak
Voltage
Vinpp

10k

Vout
(Calculated
)

Voutpp

10 k
5 k
20 k

Gain
(Voutpp/Vinpp)

Phase

b) Non-inverting Amplifier
1. Construct the circuit as shown in Figure 5 with both +V cc and -Vcc are set to +9V
and 9V respectively. The sine-wave generator output are set to 1 kHz, 4Vp-p.

Fig. 5: Experimental non-inverting amplifier


2. Measure the input and output voltage (Vin and Vout) by means of oscilloscope.
Use Channel 1 and Channel 2. Record the peak-to-peak value of Vin and Vout
in Table 2.
3. Attach all waveforms captured by oscilloscope in appendix I. Label all signals
appropriately
4. Calculate and then record the gain of the amplifier (Vout/Vin).
5. Compare the phase of Vin and Vout and indicate whether they are in phase or
180 out of phase.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for each value of R1 shown in Table 1. Complete the required
data in Table 2. (Refer to procedure 2-6).
Table 2: Non-inverting op-amp

Rf

R1

Peak-to peak
Voltage
Vinpp

10k

Vout
(Calculated
)

Voutpp

10 k
5 k
20 k

Gain
(Voutpp/Vinpp)

Phase

PART 3 (HARDWARE - DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS)


Summing Amplifier (**USE YOUR CREATIVITY TO DEAL WITH SWITCHES)
1. Construct the circuit shown in Figure 6. Rf = R1 = R2 = 10k.
a. Set the sine-wave generator at 1 kHz, 4Vp-p.
b. Set both +Vcc and -Vcc to +15V and 15V respectively.

Fig. 6: Experimental summing amplifier


2. Close S1 and open S2. Measure and record the value of Vin and Vout in Table 3.
3. Close both S1 and S2. Measure and record the value of Vin and Vout.
4. Change R2 to 20k. Close both S1 and S2. Measure and record the value of Vin and
Vout.
Table 3: Summing amplifier

Condition

Vin

S1
ON
ON

S2
OFF
ON

ON (R2=20k)

ON(R2=20k)

V1

V2
X

Vout

5.0 QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION


1. State the distinct strands of inverting and non-inverting amplifier.

2. Output voltage of a Summing Amplifier (In Figure 6) is_______ out of phase from the
input.

APPENDIX I
Inverting Amplifier
volt/div: __________________

time/div: ___________________

APPENDIX I
Non-Inverting Amplifier
volt/div: __________________

time/div: ___________________