The AD623 is an integrated single-supply instrumentation amplifier that delivers rail-to-rail output swing on a 3 V to 12 V supply. The AD623 offers superior user flexibility by allowing single gain set resistor programming and by conforming to the 8-lead industry standard pinout configuration. With no external resistor, the AD623 is configured for unity gain (G = 1), and with an external resistor, the AD623 can be programmed for gains up to 1000.
The AD623 holds errors to a minimum by providing superior ac CMRR that increases with increasing gain. Line noise, as well as line harmonics, are rejected because the CMRR remains constant up to 200 Hz. The AD623 has a wide input common-mode range and can amplify signals that have a common-mode voltage 150 mV below ground. Although the design of the AD623 was optimized to operate from a single supply, the AD623 still provides superior performance when operated from a dual voltage supply (±2.5 V to ±6.0 V).
Low power consumption (1.5 mW at 3 V), wide supply voltage range, and rail-to-rail output swing make the AD623 ideal for battery-powered applications. The rail-to-rail output stage maximizes the dynamic range when operating from low supply voltages. The AD623 replaces discrete instrumentation amplifier designs and offers superior linearity, temperature stability, and reliability in a minimum of space.
Data Sheet, Rev D, 07/2008
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|AD623: Single Supply, Rail-to-Rail, Low Cost Instrumentation Amplifier Data Sheet (Rev D, 07/2008) (pdf, 965 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-282: Fundamentals of Sampled Data Systems (pdf, 2131 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-244: A User's Guide to I.C. Instrumentation Amplifiers (pdf, 522 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-245: Instrumentation Amplifiers Solve Unusual Design Problems
(pdf, 543 kB)
Traditionally Considered Only for Transducer-Conditioning Applications, Instrumentation Amplifiers Bring Unique Performance Benefits to a Range of Other Applications as Well.
|AN-671: Reducing RFI Rectification Errors in In-Amp Circuits (pdf, 208 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-589: Ways to Optimize the Performance of a Difference Amplifier
(pdf, 115 kB)
This Application Note presents several ways to build and optimize the performance of a discrete difference amplifier. It also recommends amplifiers that will make the overall solution cost/performance competitive with monolithic instrument amplifiers.
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|UG-261: Evaluation Boards for the AD62x, AD822x and AD842x Series (pdf, 604 kB)||User Guides|
(doc, 75 kB)
A wide variety of electronic applications, especially those involving very small input signals, require signal paths with very low offset voltage and offset voltage drift over time and temperature.
High-performance Adder Uses Instrumentation Amplifiers
Make an adder circuit using instrumentation amplifiers to increase input impedance.
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Protecting Instrumentation Amplifiers
(pdf, 474 kB)
... All data acquisition board designs have to contend with ESD, EMI, and overvoltages. Can one solution protect the circuitry against all three hazards?
(First published in the April 2000 issue of Sensors Magazine)
Input Filter Prevents Instrumentation-amp RF-Rectification Errors
by Charles Kitchin, Lew Counts, and Moshe Gerstenhaber, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 11/13/2003)
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|Applying Instrumentation Amplifiers Effectively: The Importance of an Input Ground Return (pdf, 508 kB)||Technical Documentation|
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In-Amp Error Calculator
These tools will help estimate error contributions in your instrumentation amplifier circuit. It uses input parameters such as temperature, gain, voltage input, and source impedance to determine the errors that can contribute to your overall design.
In-Amp Common Mode Calculator
These tools calculate the common mode gain for instrumentation amplifiers using gain, differential voltage, and various other input parameters. It calculates both the internal node voltages and the output voltage of the part. It also calculates the resistor needed for a particular gain or the resulting gain using a certain resistor.
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