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Input/Output Operational Amplifier. Data Sheet. AD/AD/AD FEATURES. Lowest auto-zero amplifier noise. Low offset voltage: 1. Zero-Drift, Single-Supply, RRIO Op Amp. Download PDF datasheet Analog Devices AD for free without registration. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its use, nor for.


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In the sample mode switches in "S" position , the nulling amplifier, A2, monitors the input offset voltage of A1 and drives its output to zero by applying a suitable correcting voltage at A1's null pin. Note, however, that A2 also has an input offset voltage, so it must correct its own error before attempting to null A1's offset. This is achieved in the auto-zero mode switches in "Z" position by momentarily disconnecting A2 from A1, shorting its inputs together, and coupling its output to its own null pin.

During the auto-zero mode, the correction voltage for A1 is momentarily held by C1.

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Similarly, C2 holds the correction voltage for A2 during the sample mode. In modern IC chopper-stabilized op amps, the storage capacitors C1 and C2 are on-chip.

Note in this architecture that the input signal is always connected to the output, through A1. The bandwidth of A1 thus determines the overall signal bandwidth, and the input signal is not limited to less than one-half the chopping frequency as in the case of the traditional chopper amplifier architecture.

However, the switching action does produce small transients at the chopping frequency, that can mix with the input signal frequency and produce intermodulation distortion.

These devices use a pseudorandom chopping frequency swept between 2 kHz and 4 kHz. Figure 3 compares the intermodulation distortion of a traditional chopper stabilized op amp.

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Notice for the fixed chopping frequency, there are distinct peaks in the noise spectrum at the odd harmonics of 4 kHz, whereas with pseudorandom chopping, the spectrum is much more uniform, although the average noise level is higher. This unique topology allows these amplifiers to maintain their low offset voltage over a wide temperature range and over their operating lifetime.

Other designs use either auto-zeroing or chopping to add precision to the specifications of an amplifier.

Auto-zeroing results in low noise energy at the auto-zeroing frequency, at the expense of higher low frequency noise due to aliasing of wideband noise into the auto-zeroed frequency band. Chopping results in lower low frequency noise at the expense of larger noise energy at the chopping frequency. The relatively high clock frequency of 15 kHz simplifies filter requirements for a wide, useful, noise-free bandwidth.

You should also include some low-pass filtering for your signal. Does it matter what power supply we use for the amplifier? Can I just use my 3. I've read that voltage followers work better with large positive and negative voltage.

To have one that introduce very little DC error to your signal, you need it to be a precision OpAmp, i. To operate from a battery, you want it to be ultralow power.

All devices above operate from at least 2.

I've already ordered a few samples of the and they'll be here soon for testing. By the way, I tested with a potentiometer and there is definitely a very clean signal, so it's probably the impedance mismatch that's doing it. The is a very good compromize between precision and micropower.

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Watch out for operation at 3V: the output swings to within 50mV from the rails. In your case accelerometer this is not a problem. If a pot gets you a clean signal, than you have mainly acquisition time problems due to the 50K impedance and noise, probably due to the nature of your sensor.

I'm a little concerned about your terminology here. You are not trying to "match" the impedance of the ADC.

The requirement is that your source impedance is lower than 2. The lower you can make the source impedance, the better.All rights reserved.

This is because in order to fully realize the full offset and drift performance inherent to the parts, parasitic thermocouple effects in external circuitry must be avoided. The main scientific challenge, addressed in this book, is to use the chopper technique in a low-frequency path to stabilize the offset of a high-frequency path [1.

Output filtering may be required, so these amplifiers are most suitable in low-frequency applications.

However, the switching action does produce small transients at the chopping frequency, that can mix with the input signal frequency and produce intermodulation distortion.

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