I'm an amature at this, so it's likely I'm misunderstanding the level shifting, but here is my issue:
I'm trying to take a sine wave from the analog out of a teency board, shift it down, and then amplify it. The idea is to take the wave of 0V to 3.3V and convert it to be within -12V to +12V.
This works in the simulation, but when I build a physical version, the top of the wave is clipped above 0V. I see this when probing the two places marked in the circuit.
Any ideas or suggestions?
November 18, 2020
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