An easy way to split a rail (take a single + and – voltage supply and put a 0V ground between the + and – voltage) is to use the TLE2426. For example, a 10V single supply can be turned into a ±5V (5V positive and 5V negative in relationship to 0V ground) as far as the rest of the circuit is concerned.
I show how to make a rail splitter with the more common op amp component in a page listed below. So, there’s no need to buy this component. I use it a lot in my videos though, so it is good to be familiar with it.
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