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Precision Lowest Cost Isolation Amplifier
The data sheet for the device is here http: My question is with regards to powering the amplifier. I am really confused with the power supplies.
I think I need two different power supplies. Perhaps a diagram is beter.
Yes, you need two different and galvanically isolated power supplies if you want to maintain proper isolation. If you already have 2 isolated power supplies, then just connect their terminals to your Iso Op Iso12p they way you stated Ground1 to GND1 and so on.
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Perhaps a diagram is beter In my opinion I should connect: I know this is probably stupid, but I’m pretty new to this stuff. Any help datashet be appreciated.
Just treat both sides as needing a power supply: Andy aka k 10 Please provide a data sheet link for the power supply and draw a picture of what you mean i. I don’t understand what you mean when you say “connecting two in series”.
This is the data sheet promax.
Which scheme I should use? I show them in a picture i. If you are using external supplies then there is no need for the DC-DC converters shown in fig 22 and Look at the picture in my answer and use the power supplies to connect to the pins along the bottom edge.