RTKA-BDGSTKEV1Z

DAQ on a Stick, Strain Gauge with Programmable Chopper Stabilized IN-Amp

Description

The “DAQ on a Stick, Strain Gauge with Programmable INAMP” is one of a series of reference designs highlighting Renesas' precision products with different microcontrollers. This reference design is a self contained demo showing a complete signal chain solution using Renesas parts and a Renesas microcontroller. The complete reference design is conveniently housed in a USB stick form factor. This compact design draws power through the USB port and uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to display the real time voltage readings from a bridge strain gauge or a user supplied sensor. Figure 1 shows the Data Acquisition (DAQ) on a Stick connected to an external foil strain gauge.

The image below shows a simplified schematic of the Strain Gauge design. The design uses Renesas'  ISL28634 Programmable Instrumentation Amplifier (INAMP), ISL23328 Digital Potentiometer, ISL28233 Operational Amplifiers, ISL43840 dual 4-channel Mux configured as a Differential Mux, ISL21010 4.096 Voltage Reference, the ISL26104 24-bit Delta Sigma Converter and Renesas R5F10JBC (RL78/G1C) Microcontroller.

Key Features

  • Self-contained Demo Platform
  • 24-bit ADC with programmable sample rate
  • Zero-Drift Amplifiers
  • Real-time graphing on GUI
  • Programmable gains available for user supplied sensors

Software and Tools

The installation application includes the following items:

  • GUI Software
  • Desktop Shortcut for easy access
  • Quick tutorial videos for Installing and Operating software under “Resources”

Strain Gauge with IN-Amp Reference Design

Figure 1. DAQ On A Stick With Strain Gauge

 

Related Products

ISL28634
Programmable Instrumentation Amplifier

ISL23328
Digital Potentiometer

ISL28233
Operational Amplifiers

ISL21010
4.096 Voltage Reference

ISL26104
24-bit Delta Sigma Converter

ISL43840
4 to 1 Multiplexer

Renesas R5F10JBC
(RL78/G1C) Microcontroller

 

To request a reference design, please email: steve.lajeunesse.uj@gr.renesas.com.

User Guide

TitleTypeLast Updated DateSize
RTKA-BDGSTKEV1Z User Manual
DAQ on a Stick, Strain Gauge with Programmable Chopper Stabilized IN-Amp
PDF 13 Mar 2019 1.66 MB

Datasheets

TitleTypeLast Updated DateSize
ISL21010 Datasheet
Micropower Voltage Reference
PDF 19 Jul 2018 3.47 MB
ISL23328 Datasheet
Dual, 128-Tap, Low Voltage Digitally Controlled Potentiometer (XDCP)
PDF 19 Jul 2018 1.17 MB
ISL26102, ISL26104 Datasheet
Low-Noise 24-bit Delta SIgma ADC
PDF 19 Jul 2018 1.31 MB
ISL26102, ISL26104 Datasheet
Low-Noise 24-bit Delta SIgma ADC
PDF 19 Jul 2018 1.31 MB
ISL28533, ISL28534, ISL28535, ISL28633, ISL28634, ISL28635 Datasheet
5V, Rail-to-Rail I/O, Zero-Drift, Programmable Gain Instrumentation Amplifiers
PDF 19 Jul 2018 2.21 MB
ISL43840 Datasheet
Low-Voltage, Single Supply and Dual Supply, Dual 4 to 1 Differential Mulitpexer, Analog Switches with Enable
PDF 19 Jul 2018 748 KB
RL78/G1C Data Sheet
R01DS0348EJ0120_RL78G1C
PDF 20 Sep 2016 1.49 MB

TitleTypeLast Updated DateSize
RTKA-BDGSTKEV1Z Software Installer
RTKA-BDGSTKEV1Z Software Installer
EXE 02 Mar 2019 14.84 MB

Related Videos

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Learn how to load Renesas' DAQ on a Stick Strain Gauge software.
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Learn how to load Renesas' DAQ on a Stick Strain Gauge software.
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Learn how to load Renesas' DAQ on a Stick Strain Gauge software.

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