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  • ByYadav Namrata J.M.Sc 1(Electronics)
  • Introduction Differential amplifier with high input resistance is used in instrumentation amplifier . The instrumentation amplifier is a closed loop device with carefully set gain. It is a dedicated differential amplifier with externally high input impedance It has a common mode rejection capability( i.e. it is able to reject a signal that is common to both terminal.) Instrumentation amplifiers are used to interface low level devices such as stain gauges, pressure transducers, analog to digital conversion.
  • Circuit Diagram
  • AD623AN and LM324 InstrumentationAmplifier IC
  • Working The instrumentation amplifier consists of two stages. The input first stage offers very high impedance to both input signals and allows setting gain with a single resistor. The second stage is a differential amplifier with output, negative feedback and ground connections are all brought out. The input stage consists of two matched op amp. Each stage consists of two matched op amp. Each input V1 and V2 is applied to non inverting input terminal of its op amp. This op - amp provides very high input resistance. The output of op amp is connected through a string of resistors. The two resistors are R and Rg. Output voltage, Vo = (V2-V1) (1+2R/Rg) Therefore decrease in value of Rg will increase the output voltage Vo. To increase in value of gain the value of Rg has to be decreased.
  • Designing Vg=V1-V2 Vg =Rg*I g I g =Vg/Rg Therefore Vd =Vg(1+2R/Rg) Now Differential output is Vo=-Vd(R f /R1) Vo=[-(V1-V2)(1+2R/Rg )]R f /R1 Vo = (V2-V1)(1+2R/Rg)R f /R1
  • Specifications Gain:150 ,75, 7.5, 15, 3 & 1.5±5% Linearity: 1% Power: -2.5 mA @ 5 VDC Frequency response: 0-10 kHz Impedance: 1MΩ to ground Range: 0-20mV, 0-200mV, ±20mV,±200mV,±1V
  • Characteristics High common mode rejection ratio(CMRR) High input impedance High slew rate Low output impedance Low power consumption Low thermal and time drift
  • Advantages An instrumentation amplifier is beneficial for several reasons- High input impedance, unlike the lower input impedance of a differential amplifier by itself. High CMRR. Good for smaller, insignificant input signals Gain of the non-inverting amplifier can be varied by the rheostat. Even a small value of input voltage can be amplified using instrumentation amplifier.
  • Disadvantage For transmission purpose for long range, noise also gets superimposed along the original wave. Therefore specific cables are used to reduce noise.
  • Applications Audio applications involving weak audio signal or noisy environment Medical instruments High frequency signal amplification in cable RF Current/voltage monitoring Data acquisition
  • ReferencesInternetGoogle.comwww.hobbyprojects.com