What is the difference between inverting and non inverting amplifier?
Answer: Inverting amplifier is an amplifier in which the signal which is to amplified is applied at the inverting (-) terminal of the op-amp. The amplified output signal will be 180∘out of phase with the input signal. In other words the output signal is inverted.
Non inverting amplifier is an amplifier in which the signal which is to be amplified is applied to the Non inverting (+) terminal of the op-amp. The input and output voltages are in phase with each other.