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replacing op27 by lm324

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Hello

Can op27 be replaced by LM324??

Does the output change?

Any compensation circuit needed to oppose the change?
 

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If the OP27 has been used for a reason, you won't want to replace it with a LM324.
 

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LM324 is a quad opamp while OP27 is a single one, I assume that you are asking for a replacement in an existing circuit so one can't replace the other.
Even if you don't care about the case there is quite a difference between them, OP 27 has much lower input offset and higher gain bandwidth product etc.

Alex
 

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