ISL28617VYxxEV1Z

40V Precision In-Amplifier Eval Board With Vishay Bulk Metal® Foil Resistors

Description

The ISL28617VYxxEV1Z evaluation board is designed to assess the ISL28617 instrumentation amplifier’s (in-amp) performance with Bulk Metal® Foil resistors from Vishay Precision Group. With a differential input voltage range up to ±34V, a supply voltage range of 8V (±4V) to 40V (±20V) and gain ranging from 0.1 to 10,000, this precision in-amp is ideal for a wide variety of applications. It features differential inputs and outputs, and can drive the output rail-to-rail. The gain accuracy is limited only by the matching of the gain resistors. Reference: Vishay Precision Group’s foil resistors at http://www.vishaypg.com/ppg?63209.

Key Features

  • Rail-to-rail Differential Output ADC Driver
  • High Voltage Interface to Low Voltage Circuits
  • Wide Operating Voltage Range: ±4V to ±20V
  • Low Input Offset: 30μV
  • Excellent CMRR and PSRR: 120dB
  • Closed Loop -3dB BW: 0.3MHz (AV = 1k) to 5MHz (AV = 0.1)
  • Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C

Applications

  • Precision Test and Measurement
  • High Voltage Industrial Process Control
  • Signal Conditioning Amplifier for Remote
  • Powered Sensors
  • Weigh Scales
  • ECG and Biomedical Sense Amplifiers

ISL28617VYxxEV1Z Precision In Amp Eval Board

ISL28617VYxxEV1Z Precision In Amp Eval Board

Related Products

ISL28617

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