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Low Noise, High Gain Instrument Amplifier +5V Datasheets:

with Voltage-Controlled Current Source http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/tlc272.html


0.1µ http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/ina114.html
This circuit is the front end for a digital lock-in analyzer implemented in software. The http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/opa547.html
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voltage-controlled current source and the high-quality differential amplifier allow 5
sub-microohm resistance measurements using low-cost data acquisition hardware. +
7 Secondary Gain Amplifiers. After
TLC272 a
+5V 1K 6 the hard work has been done by the
- Instrument amp, ordinary OpAmps
Icontrol + 10µ 0.1µ 9.09K provide an additionalgain of 10x or
1V : 0.1 A 1% 100x , for 1000x or 10,000x total.
4.02K 8
1
+
6
1K 1%

OPA547 3 + x 10,000
2 3 2Ω 100
- 2W TLC272 b
1
x 1000
4 1K 2
15.8K - x 100 Output
Current Source: High
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Current OpAmp sinks 9.09K
current proportional to 0.001µ
input voltage. May be +5V
10µ 0.1µ
time-varying up to a 0.1µ
+ -5V
few kHz Gnd
-5V
case
-5V
+5V +5V
1K

0.1µ 0.1µ
Imeasure 7 7
3 + Instrument Amplifier: High gain, low
1V =0.5A + 3
1 noise amplifier set up for 100x gain.
100 6 5 x 10W 6

511
Twisted &

INA114 INA114 Ensure wires are twisted & shielded


Shielded

¼W 1% throughout the signal path. Use an


5 8 5
- 2
isolated BNC connector to prevent
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2 - 4 grounding problems.
Shunt Current: Voltage 0.1µ 0.1µ
across shunt resistors is -5V -5V
proportional to current. Drive Sense

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