[sdiy] Faster LM358 replacement

Nils Pipenbrinck n.pipenbrinck at hilbert-space.de
Mon Feb 26 11:31:01 CET 2018

On 02/25/2018 10:30 PM, sleepy_dog at gmx.de wrote:
> Hey,
> say, what opamp could I use as a faster replacement for the LM358?
> Should be able to work with GND as negative supply and get the output
> (almost) there like the LM358.

After searching a lot I settled on the TSH72 or TSH82 for these needs.
Output is rail-to-rail. Input includes negative rail. 70Mhz gain
bandwidth product and high slew-rate makes it good for filters. They
also have a beefy output.

Only drawback: Supply is limited to -5/+5. Or 10V if you want to run it
in single supply configuration.


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