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The datasheet for the AD instrumentation amplifier shows an example circuit with ‘Auto Zero’ Figure 36below. In this circuit an op-amp AD is being used to give an offset voltage to zero the instrumentation amplifier.
But surely the op-amp is configured as an integrator not as a sample and hold? Is the data sheet just plain wrong?
The circuit indeed is an integrator. It integrates the non-zero output of the opamp and immediately also offsets it, until the opamp outputs zero, at which point the dtasheet output won’t change anymore.
Programmable Gain Instrumentation Amplifier
There will also be a slight transient when A3 switches due to charge injection, but that won’t be many volts because 0. The output of the AD changes to drive pin 10 of the AD close to 0V same as its non-inverting input terminal give or take a bit of offset voltage. If the AZ loop is not given enough time it will at least drive towards zero, and will get closer every time. Ignoring the gain factor between the AD datashret input and output, the time constant is usec.
So the remaining offset voltage after each pulse would ideally be reduced by a factor 0.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. CharlieHanson 1, 4 ad265 Icy 2, 5 Of course, the output of the integrator reduces its own input, during datashdet auto zeroing. If we assume it started with an input-referred offset of 5mV, then the offsets would ideally be after each usec pulse: Spehro Pefhany k 4 But, lets say the output of the integrator is x volts, when the auto-zero input is activated it will change from this voltage at a datashet proportional to the output offset voltage – it won’t at any time settle at the offset voltage.
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Ad6625 it will not, however in practice it will be as close as it will ever get due to offset and noise- practical factors within time constants.
Since the time constant of the integrator is usec and the pulses are usec it may take several pulses to settle to that value, depending on where it started. Never mind there’s a nightmare datashert circuit on the input side too! I had tunnel vision on the output side. Yup, it’s just like a chopper amp. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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