Part Number: PGA207 Hi team,
For PGA207 layout, here is an design item want to confirm with you.
There is a description as following saying the digital ground should return through a seperate connection.
But for the real case, my customer want to know…
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…
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…
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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…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PGA281 , PGA206 , PGA207 , PGA204 , PGA205 , PGA202 , PGA203 Hi, We are using PGA(Programmable Gain Amplifier) - PGA281AIPW in one of our projects.
We have got couple of questions here with the hardware connectivity.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: PGA202 , PGA207 , PGA206 Hi,
I am using the PGA202 for a laser trimming application where i need to amplify down to 800uV DC signal, so i need to keep the offset lowest possible. During board bringup, i shorted the input…