Help finding OP-AMP replacement

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  1. ShaneH

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    LAS1100 is the part number. It is out of a 0-5 volt Lambda power supply. I tried finding an equivalent part number from several books, but came up empty. Anyone know how to match this up with a replacement?
     
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    That's an odd part number. An outfit called derf-intl.com (http://www.derf-intl.com/search_inventory.html) shows 100 in stock with a $200 minimum order, but nobody else, including findchips.com or Google, comes up with any sources.
    Do you have a schematic for the supply? It may just be a normal 741-style opamp with a proprietary part number.
     
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    I dont think there is a schematic on hand. I might have to get ahold of Lambda and try to get one, or maybe they have a cross reference for the op-amp. I only need a few (5) so the 200 minimum purchase kind of hurts. I'll try an email to Lambda. Thanks John
     
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