Hmmmm, that seems too good to be true, I'm wondering what the catch is, all the rest are hundreds of dollars and my 45v "high voltage" opamp I use right now costs $11. Would that opamp serve well as a DC offset servo?here's a 350 volt opamp, around $15 at Digikey
Well their metal cased power boosters are $150Hmmmm, that seems too good to be true, I'm wondering what the catch is.
Well, "DC offset servo" probably is basic vocabulary to folks in your fieldWould that opamp serve well as a DC offset servo?
A question well stated is halfway answered.By DC offset servo I mean an opamp integrator that I use to bias a triode to maintain a DC null at the output of the stage. As in the non inverting input is attached to ground and the inverting input is attached to the output of the stage and I adjust a trimmer so the opamp outputs a proper bias voltage to maintain a DC null at the output of the stage based on its input.