Part Number: PGA207
Good day. I have to confirm if shorting the negative power rail of this IA device to ground would result to damage?
I am thinking that it's fine though as normal op-amp will just clamp the output to minimum of 0V. I am having…
Part Number: PGA281 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: THP210 , PGA206 , PGA207 Is there a product like PGA281 that can accept input signals of130Khz as well?
We need a high-precision instrumentation amplifier, for very low input signals.
The secondary requirement…
Part Number: LMH6505 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PGA103 , PGA205 , PGA207 , TEST Hello All,
I am looking for voltage controlled amplifier for the following specs:
Output voltage: >1.8V
Output current: >60mA
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PGA206 , PGA207 , PGA204 , PGA205 , PGA202 , PGA203 Hi,
I need to amplify voltage from DAC. Output should vary from -10 V to +10 V. Could you suggest me a programmable gain amplifier for this?
Thanks in advance
Since the thru-hole packaged version of this part is now obsolete, I am trying to find a replacement that will operate in a similar way and provide the same gains of 1,2,5 and 10.
Can anyone help with suggesting such a device, or will I be forced to…
My apologies. Not sure why the image didn't attach properly before:
You can cascade PGA204 and PGA207, simply ground the (-) input of the second amplifier in the chain and tie the output of the first amplifier to the second's (+) input…
There are several PGA options that may meet your requirements. Unfortunately none of the options have as many gain steps as the PGA281, but perhaps you'll find one that includes the gains and bandwidths your system is requiring.