high-side current without external supply

Posted on Nov 15, 2012

An alternative approach for this application takes advantage of low-offset op-amp characteristics to design a circuit that works with a wide voltage range and needs no other supply. The V+ and inverting and noninverting terminals of the OP07 op amp need a minimum of approximately 2 to 2.5V to function properly. Thus, you can pull the op amp`s inputs by more than 2.5V below the positive-supply connection and tie the op amp`s V+ pin to shunt V+ (Figure 2)

This approach has many advantages. An external supply is unnecessary. The circuit is suitable for bus voltages of 5 to 60V with component changes. Other circuits have limitations due to op-amp absolute-maximum voltage ratings. The circuit acts as the mini

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