• Instrumentation Amplifier LTC6800

    Is there any specification for the gain drift regarding temperature of the LTC6800?
    The Datasheet only contains information about Gain Error and Gain Nonlinearity, but no details for Gain vs. Temperature.

  • LTC6800 with 15mV fluctuation on the output

    Hey, I am currently using LTC6800 with a DC output that has fluctuation of about 15mV. The output is connected to a microcontroller.

    I can only think of two option:

    1) Add a low pass filter (RC) on the output of LTC6800 to reduce the fluctuation.

    2) Add…

  • RE: Want to use instrumentation amplifier instead of differential amplifier; but it is hard to meet instrumentation amplifier requirement

    Hi Shurp:  LTC6800 is only cleared for 5V use.  Use LTC2053; both are strictly speaking instrumentation amplifiers.  (They are practically the same chip, actually, so if LTC6800 worked then LTC2053 will work.)  The "common mode" is defined as the average…

  • RE: the disturb of AD8237

    The LTC6800 is a similar inamp with similar precision and pinout. The pinout is a little different though. The switching technique is not the same so it MAY act better in your setup.

    More traditional low-supply voltage in-amp with no switching/digital…

  • RE: ADUM5000 draws too much current

    Thanks for such a quick reply.

    Here's the schematic in pdf format.I am connecting a smartphone on the secondary side of the isolator.Is this too much of a load?

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