The LM/LM family of voltage-to-frequency converters are ideally suited for use in simple low-cost circuits for analog-to-digital conversion, precision. Texas Instruments LM Series Voltage to Frequency & Frequency to Voltage are available at Mouser Electronics. Mouser offers inventory, pricing. A Voltage to Frequency (VTF) converter is a circuit, which converts a voltage level to a linearly proportional frequency. A special configuration of the LM IC.
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I followed the instructions to use LM in LTspice and simulated the circuit below: How can I modify this circuit so I can run the simulation for 5V supply? I mean C1 and R1 sets the frequency but thats all I know. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But in ln331 with 5V it doesn’t work. From page 4, 7.
LM331 Voltage to Frequency Converter Circuit
It works when I use 10V supply. Yes sure, I tried 1V 0.
I came across this circuit and this forum. What is that poti for?
This will give you a square wave at half the frequency. WhatRoughBeast Do you think the circuit in my simulation is correct? LM should work with 5V supply.
LM Frequency to Voltage Converter Circuit
Since LM works at 5V supply, I can scale And are the values of components dependent on supply voltage? But on the on the other hand, on the first pm331 it says “Operates on Single 5-V Supply” But it doesnt work at 5V supply in simulation. But I’m getting 5V constant output when I use 5V supply.
LM Voltage to Frequency Converter Circuit
I’m trying to convert Can someone explain me how this circuit works?
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Do you think this circuit is correct? What else sets what here? You can, however, follow the with a divide by 2 circuit, using something like a 74HC