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Differential voltage 0 to 300 milli Volts across a shunt

Question asked by ravi789 on Aug 17, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 7, 2015 by ravi789

Dear Analog Devices,

 

I have been trying to sense the differential voltage 0 to 300 milli Volts across a shunt (Typically 500 milli Volts).

 

I felt AD636 and AD736 will meet my application, I have gone through datasheet and felt AD736 circuit is simple and better. As per the datasheets I have 3 simple circuits to start with, One with AD636 and Two circuits with AD736 which I have uploaded. I have tested both the circuit but I couldn't find proper output. To avoid confusion I want to continue the thread first with AD636 and later with AD736 to understand the True RMS to DC circuit's. Circuit in data sheet seems to be simple but I couldn't find proper output. Is the circuit I used is correct or not. DC_Out is interfaced to micro controller ADC Pin (12 ADC). I couldn't find relevant voltage at the output of our convertor.


Before every thing Can I use AD636/AD736 to sense the differential voltage 0 to 300 milli Volts across a shunt (Typically 500 milli Volts).

 

 

Thanking You,

Ravi.

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