[sdiy] Logic to +/-5V conversion
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Sun Nov 22 21:21:43 CET 2015
This can be done with 2 transistors, one NPN and one PNP. Or even just one PNP if your driving 0/5V source is open drain.
This is best done using dual biased transistors, like PUMD48 in SOT363 case, so it only needs one extra resistor on output pull-down. Still this is real-estate comparable with opamp soution (in SC70-5) and 2 resistors, while opemp solution is more power efficient, and what's most adorable - push-pull output.
Nevertheless, the 4053 idea, despite needing more space, is brilliant IMHO.
Dnia 22 listopada 2015 18:09 Walker Shurlds <walkershurlds at gmail.com> napisał(a):
Apologies if someone already covered this, but can't this just be done with a single common-emitter bjt? (or two, if we need it to not be inverted.)
This works in spice: https://flic.kr/p/ANP4Xg
But something tells me there are some major limitations to this strategy.
> > On Nov 20, 2015, at 4:51 PM, Tim Ressel <timr at circuitabbey.com> wrote:
> > > Hi y'all,
> > >
> > > I'd like to take several 0-5V digital lines and make them swing +/-5V. I can do it with op amps, but is there a clevererer way?
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