Precision Gain of 5 Instrumentation Amplifier
The AD8225 is an instrumentation amplifier with fixed gain of 5 that sets new standards of performance.The superior CMRR of the AD8225 enables rejection of high frequency common mode voltage (80 dB Min @10 kHz).As a result,higher ambient levels of noise from utility lines,industrial equipment and other radiating sources,are rejected. Extended CMV range enables the AD8225 to extract low-level differential signals in the presence of high common-mode dc voltage levels even at low supply voltages.
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At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
The AD8225 evaluation board has been carefully laid out and tested to demonstrate the performance of the device. The board is shipped with an AD8225 already installed. The user need only connect powerand an input to conduct measurements. The supply can be configured for dual or single supplies, and the input can be dc- or ac-coupled. A circuit is provided on the board so the user can zero the output offset. If desired, a reference can be applied from an external voltage source. See AD8225-EVALZ data sheet for further details.
Diamond Plot Tool – BETA
The Diamond Plot Tool is a web application that generates a configuration-specific Output Voltage Range vs. Input Common-Mode Voltage graph, also known as the Diamond Plot, for Analog Devices Instrumentation Amplifiers. Based on user inputs such as supply voltage, gain, and input signal range, the tool detects saturation and recommends in-amps for which the input signal is in-range and the configuration is valid. Avoid saturation, find the best in-amp for your design, and save time.
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ADI has always placed the highest emphasis on delivering products that meet the maximum levels of quality and reliability. We achieve this by incorporating quality and reliability checks in every scope of product and process design, and in the manufacturing process as well. "Zero defects" for shipped products is always our goal.
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