Non-Inverting Operational Amplifier Tutorial (Op-Amp) With Theory & Lab

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About: Hi there! My name is Patrick, and I am an electronics engineering technician who works full time as a lab tech, and part time as an electronics engineer/salesman. I own an ebay store, and two websites, whic...

Hi all!
I've been working on getting several electronic tutorials made up for an upcoming electronic learning kit that I've been working on.  This specific video tutorial concentrates on non-inverting operational amplifiers.  This video features the LM324 quad op-amp DIP IC.

The video touches on the following items:
1) The theory behind the non-inverting amplifier, which includes easy to understand calculations, and several examples.
2) A lab portion, where I perform an example on a breadboard.
3) The pin-out of the LM324 DIP Quad Op-Amp IC.

This video will be one of many that will allow for people who are just getting into electronics to understand both the theory and the hand-on aspects of practical electronic design.  I will be posting many more videos such as this in the weeks to come.  All videos will follow the same formula of theory, lab, and pin-out (where applicable).

LM324 ICs are very easy to find and usually cost less than $0.35 or less if purchased in bulk.  If you search ebay for "LM324", many different listings will come up.  Below is an example:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/3-x-LM324N-LM324-324-Low-Power-Quad-Op-Amp-IC-/250832577671?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a66c96487

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Thank you kindly for viewing.  I sincerely hope that you find it helpful.

Kind regards,
Patrick


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    I'm interested in making an op-amp from scratch using transistors / caps / resistors. Anyone know of a project with that?