[sdiy] Using 2164 with single supply
David G Dixon
dixon at mail.ubc.ca
Sat Mar 9 06:24:31 CET 2019
Thanks, Tim! It looks like the trusty ol' 555 will do what I want, and it
can be run from a 4.5V supply (just). I've never actually built a
single-supply circuit before, so I'm sure this will be a learning
experience. I'll keep y'all apprised.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Synth-diy [mailto:synth-diy-bounces at synth-diy.org] On
> Behalf Of Tim Ressel
> Sent: Friday, March 08, 2019 7:47 PM
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> Subject: Re: [sdiy] Using 2164 with single supply
> There are probably internal structures that drop too much
> voltage to operate at lower than 8 volts. My guess would be
> constant current sources and sinks. But its really moot. The
> data sheet sez it, so youz do it ;-)
> You could rig a voltage doubler to power to run the 2164. I
> once did that to run an LCD on 3.3 volts. Just a 7555 and
> some diodes and caps.
> --Tim (kluge-O-matic) Ressel
> On 3/8/2019 7:39 PM, David G Dixon wrote:
> > Hey Team!
> > I want to use 2164 to build a VCA for a circuit-bending
> > where the circuit only has a single supply. Of course, I
> want to use
> > 2164, and the datasheet shows how to use it in single supply mode.
> > However, it specifies a minimum rail voltage of +8V. The
> thing I want
> > to circuit-bend (a Marantz cassette deck) runs off of a 4.5V supply.
> > So, I guess my question is, why couldn't I run the 2164 (and any
> > associated
> > opamps) from a 4.5V supply? Does anyone have any insight
> into why +V
> > must be at least +8V?
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