Dear Sir, please help me
I'd like to work with AD8253 in LTspice simulator.
I uploaded "cir" file and I can open this text file in the program LTspice. But I don’t understand what to do next with this text file. I'd like to draw…
The 32-bit ADC is going to be used for DC voltage measurement.
Input voltage to diff.amp:+/-5mVdc (AD8253, AD8421)+/-50mVdc (AD8253, AD8421)+/-500mVdc (AD8253, AD8421)+/-5Vdc (AD8253, AD8421)+/-10Vd (AD8253)
I have been looking at the AD8421 and AD8253…
I used ad8253 instrumentation amplifier.I require following points are about ad8253
1.output voltage formula of ad8253 with using ref terminal
2.here "ref terminal " purpose
I would like to try in practice AD8253 psice model ( .cir file ) from product details page ( http://www.analog.com/en/specialty-amplifiers/instrumentation-amplifiers/ad8253/products/product.html ). After import of this model to cadence orcad I found that…
This is the reference circuit about the AD8253 and AD7985.
There are differencial input ports in the AD8253 and I want to use this device for single input.
Then how can I connet the other input pin?
It seems that there are discrepancies between the drawing and the condition that you mentioned.
Can you confirm the setup for the AD8253?
Supply voltage for the AD8253 should be at least 10V and therefore -Vs should be connected to -5V as shown…
How fast does the AD8253 settle after it is overdriven?
I use the AD8253 in a system that switches between small signals // high gain and large signals // small gain. If I accidentally have a large signal // large gain, for example, 10V input while…
Since you are operating below 2MHz, perhaps an instrumentation amplifier would be good? The only parts we have that might have enough bandwidth are the AD8250, AD8251, and AD8253, however these parts have fixed gains which do not include 28x. The AD8250…