# Electronic – Setting LMC6001 offset voltage

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I have got two LMC6001 samples.
I will use them for pH sensor interfacing.
With one LMC6001, I can cope with high input impedance errors.
But I want to set offset voltage near by to 2 V.
Can I make offset circuit with other LMC6001?

You don't need the second opamp. These are typical circuits for offset control in opamps which don't have offset null inputs, like the LMC6001:

You'll want the lower circuit, because there you can use the fA input current feature of the opamp. The other one has a much lower input impedance.

Without R3 and the potmeter this is just a non-inverting opamp where

\$\mathrm{ V_{OUT} = \dfrac{R1 + R2}{R1} V_{IN}}\$

\$\mathrm{ V_{OUT} = \left(\dfrac{R1 + R2}{R1} + \dfrac{R2}{R3} \right) V_{IN} - \dfrac{R2}{R3} V_{OFFSET} }\$