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Part Number: INA125
I'm using the INA125 with a load cell and it works good.
Now i have another sensor which using the bridge method - but a little bit different -- it is an industrial pressure sensor like in the below link:
I'm already using the INA125 and I want to use the same chip for this sensor. is the INA125 will work as it should with this kind of sensor?
Thank you very much.
the sensor is 86 Compensated [TE Connectivity]
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In reply to Itay Kalfa17:
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In reply to Zak Kaye:
Thank you for the fast replay,
I try to upload the spec again.. I noticed that in the load cell the spec talking about supply voltage and in the pressure sensor they are talking about supply current.
I know that I can just put a resistor in series - but beside that, is it something that I should concern about?
In reply to Dennis Goeke:
Sorry for the late response,
I'm not fully understood from the answers if it will works.
This is my current design:
which i know it will works, but the INA125 will make my design much easier...
In reply to kai klaas69:
This is from TE application note:
the input current can be calculate from this formula:
I also added the application note for more details.
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