Chapter: Linear Integrated Ciruits - Application of Op-Amp

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Adder/Subtractor

Similarly, it can be shown that the output voltage V04 due to V4 alone is

Adder/Subtractor:



Similarly, it can be shown that the output voltage V04 due to V4  alone is

 

V 04= V 4

 

Thus, the output voltage Vo due to all four input voltages is given by

 

Vo= V01+ V02+ V03+ V04

 

V o=@V1@V2+ V 3+ V 4

 

 

 

So, the circuit is an adder-subtractor.

 

 

Instrumentation Amplifier:

The difference gain of this instrumentation amplifier R, however should never be made zero, as this will make the gain infinity. To avoid such a situation, in a practical circuit, a fixed resistance in series with a potentiometer is used in place of R.

 

Figure 6(c) shows a differential instrumentation amplifier using Transducer Bridge. The circuit uses a resistive transducer whose resistance changes as a function of the physical quantity to be measured.

 

The bridge is initially balanced by a dc supply voltage Vdc so that V1=V2. As the physical quantity changes, the resistance RT of the transducer also changes, causing an unbalance in the bridge (V1 ≠V2). This differential voltage now gets amplified by the three op-amp differential instrumentation amplifier.

 

There are number differential applications of instrumentation amplifier with the transducer bridge, such as temperature indicator, temperature controller, and light intensity meter to name a few.

 

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