difference amplifier


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difference amplifier

[′dif·rəns ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
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The analog front end of the AD8450 includes a precision current sense programmable gain instrumentation amplifier (PGIA) that measures battery current, and a precision voltage sense programmable gain difference amplifier (PGDA) that measures battery voltage.
For such systems, Analog Devices Inc, Wilmington, MA, has developed a difference amplifier suited not only for today's 14V and 24V automotive systems, but for the 42V environment, as well.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today announced a unique level-shifting difference amplifier from the company's Burr-Brown product line.
How to choose between using an in-amp or a difference amplifier
Integrated analog peripherals include two 12-bit DAC's, a 12-bit 100KSPS ADC, a +/- 60V common-mode input range programmable gain difference amplifier, comparators, reference, and a temperature sensor.
NYSE: ADI), the world's leading supplier of amplifiers, today unveiled the industry's first difference amplifier suited for 42 V automotive systems.
NASDAQ:BBRC) today announced the INA148, a precision, low-power difference amplifier circuit which measures low-level signals in the presence of high common-mode voltages (up to +/-200V).
A difference amplifier is a highly versatile sub-circuit (building block) that accurately measures signals in the presence of ground loops and electrical noise.
The INA154 and INA157 add a new dimension to Burr-Brown's precision difference amplifier family--wide bandwidth, high slew rate, and fast settling time.
11, 1998--Burr-Brown Corporation (NASDAQ:BBRC) today announced the INA2132, the industry's first dc-accurate low cost, dual difference amplifier designed specifically for industrial and instrumentation applications.
8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- National Semiconductor Corporation today expanded its high-performance precision amplifier portfolio with the addition of three high common-mode difference amplifiers.