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Information voltage range AD620

Hi! I have a question about the AD620 Instrument Analog Amplifier. I'm not able to understand how to find in the AD620 data sheet which voltage limit I can apply to the amplifier inputs in differential mode! I'm sending a circuit attached that shows the example I want to apply. nelouso the AD623 but I'm going to apply the AD620. The voltage range coming out of the sensor will be from 1.25 to 2.6 vdc continuous. My concern is if I apply this voltage value to the input I might end up damaging the component. Do I have to put some kind of voltage divider to reduce voltage input on pins+IN and -IN? Grateful for the attention.
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Josiah

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  • Hi JGuzatti192,

    EngineerZone (ez.analog.com) offers support for English language inquiries only. Please post your follow up reply in English so that all members can read it. 

    With regards to AD620 input, the input voltage range specification is seen at page 3 of the datasheet.

    AD620 has ESD protection to prevent it from damage. You can add divider resistors before the input pins to limit the current going to the inputs of the amplifier that could cause the damage to the amplifier.

    Regards,

    Kristine

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  • Hi JGuzatti192,

    EngineerZone (ez.analog.com) offers support for English language inquiries only. Please post your follow up reply in English so that all members can read it. 

    With regards to AD620 input, the input voltage range specification is seen at page 3 of the datasheet.

    AD620 has ESD protection to prevent it from damage. You can add divider resistors before the input pins to limit the current going to the inputs of the amplifier that could cause the damage to the amplifier.

    Regards,

    Kristine

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