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    According to the datasheet LM741 IC is a general purpose single operational amplifier.
    The UA741 is a high performance monolithic operational amplifier constructed on a single silicon chip. You can find some interesting circuits here.

    741 pin connection

    741 8 pin package

    741 14 pin configuration

    741 14 pin package

    741 features

    • large input voltage range
    • no latch-up
    • high gain
    • short-circuit protection
    • no frequency compensation required
    • same pin configuration as UA709

    741 usage

    • summing amplifier
    • voltage follower
    • integrator
    • active filter
    • function generator
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    13 Responses to "LM741 IC Datasheet"

    1. Thx buddy….It was very useful in preparing Project report


    3. wants to know its basic funtion in dtail

    4. thanks for ur information

    5. Sahadeb Mukherjee says: on January 4, 2014 at 8:25 am

      Connection detail required for connection with vibration sensor with +5/-5 volt supply. suitable for our KOSA Portable Dy, Balancing Instrument.

    6. Yes an interesting simple project to implement . However the pin-out of IC1 (741 opamp) is NOT as per the 8pin DIL layout in the data sheet
      It might be wise to correct the circuit diagram 741 pin-out

    7. Rajkumar N. Lilhare says: on February 18, 2014 at 3:30 am

      nice data sheet but extra not describe . Extra

    8. Following my earlier comments re pin numbering of the 741 opamp the above is obviously referring to the most common 8 pin DIL package.

      Suggest that in all circuit diagrammes involving the 741 opamp the pinout is as per the above.

      Note : I really enjoy this web site ; thanks P.Marian !

      Frank , GM0CSZ (highlandham) in northern Scotland

    9. Comment
      thanx 4 this type implementation

    10. Thank u for your nice information

    11. Thanks a ton for d help! Really enjoying doing this :) I like dis site ..

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