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Input range: -100mV to +60mV
Voltage supplies to the op-amp= ±15V

how do we find the input offset voltage?

• electrical engineering -

The max. Input offset voltage(Vos) is
specified by the Manufacturer and is
listed on the spec. sheet.

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