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  • Ask: What are comparators used for?

    Answer: A comparator circuit compares two voltages and outputs either a 1 (the voltage at the plus side; VDD in the illustration) or a 0 (the voltage at the negative side) to indicate which is larger. Comparators are often used, for example, to check whether an input has reached some predetermined value.

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  • Ask: What is an op amp comparator?

    Answer: The comparator is an electronic decision making circuit that makes use of an operational amplifiers very high gain in its open-loop state, that is, there is no feedback resistor. ... In other words, the op-amp voltage comparator compares the magnitudes of two voltage inputs and determines which is the largest of the two.

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  • Ask: How do comparators work Electronics?

    Answer: Comparator Circuit Working and Applications. Generally, in electronics, the comparator is used to compare two voltages or currents which are given at the two inputs of the comparator. That means it takes two input voltages, then compares them and gives a differential output voltage either high or low-level signal.

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  • Ask: What is hysteresis comparator?

    Answer: Hysteresis comparator A hysteresis comparator is operated by applying a positive feedback* to the comparator. The potential difference between the High and Low output voltages and the feedback resistor are adjusted to change the voltage that is taken as a comparison reference to the input voltage for the +IN terminal.