36V Instrument Amp Exhibits Zero Drift

36V Instrument Amp Exhibits Zero Drift
Texas Instruments Inc.

Considered to be the market’s first zero-drift 36V instrumentation amplifier, the INA188 promises precise dc and low-frequency measurements in applications such as test and measurement, medical, and industrial process control equipment. It also eliminates the 1/f corner. The device generates 250 nVp-p of noise from 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz and specifies a broadband noise floor of 12.5 nV/√Hz. The INA188 is available now in a 4.9 mm x 3.91 mm SOIC package priced at $1.85 each/1,000. A datasheet is available at http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/ina188.pdf

Texas Instruments Inc.
Dallas, TX
972-995-2011
512-434-1560
http://www.ti.com
 

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