Isolation amplifiers protect data-acquisition components from potentially destructive voltages present at remote transducers. These amplifiers are also useful when you need to amplify low-level signals in multi-channel applications. They can also eliminate measurement errors caused by ground loops. Amplifiers with internal transformers reduce circuit costs by eliminating the need for additional isolated power supply.
|Part#||# Ports/Ch||Supply Voltage (V)||Supply Current||Gain||Bandwidth G = 1 (kHz)||Insulation Rating (kVrms)|
|AD215||2||15 V||40 mA||1 to 100||120 kHz||1500 V rms|
|AD208||2||-||-||1 to 1000||4 kHz||1500 V rms|
|AD203||2||15 V||20 mA||1 to 10||10 kHz||1500 V rms|
|AD210||3||15 V||50 mA||1 to 100||20 kHz||2500 V rms|
|AD204||2||-||-||1 to 100||5 kHz||1500 V rms|
|AD202||2||15 V||5 mA||1 to 100||5 kHz||1500 V rms|