High Common-Mode Voltage, Programmable Gain Difference Amplifier
The AD628 is a precision difference amplifier that combines excellent dc performance with high common-mode rejection over a wide range of frequencies. When used to scale high voltages, it allows simple conversion of standard control voltages or currents for use with single-supply ADCs. A wideband feedback loop minimizes distortion effects due to capacitor charging of Σ-Δ ADCs.
A reference pin (VREF) provides a dc offset for converting bipolar to single-sided signals. The AD628 converts +5 V, +10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, and 4 to 20 mA input signals to a single-ended output within the input range of single-supply ADCs.
The AD628 has an input common mode and differential mode operating range of ±120 V. The high common mode, input impedance makes the device well suited for high voltage measurements across a shunt resistor. The inverting input of the buffer amplifier is available for making a remote Kelvin connection.
A precision 10 kΩ resistor connected to an external pin is provided for either a low-pass filter or to attenuate large differential input signals. A single capacitor implements a low-pass filter. The AD628 operates from single and dual supplies and is available in an 8-lead SOIC_N or an 8-lead MSOP. It operates over the standard industrial temperature range of −40°C to +85°C.
- High voltage current shunt sensing
- Programmable logic controllers
- Analog input front end signal conditioning
+5 V, +10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, and 4 to 20 mA
- Isolation Sensor signal conditioning
- Power supply monitoring
- Electrohydraulic controls
- Motor controls
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