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Op amps ...
 
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OPA2111 - what gain? expecting ~ 100 ?
 
OPA2111 - what gain? expecting ~ 100 ?
  
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1 + (R23 + R24) / R27 ...
 
1 + (R23 + R24) / R27 ...
 
so 1 + (200 K / 2 K) = 101  
 
so 1 + (200 K / 2 K) = 101  
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so if input signal is on order of 100 microvolts
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then output of first amp will be 10.100 millivolts
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(really more like -50 to +50 microvolts -> -5 to +5 millivolts)
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AD8422
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R5 and R6 are 200 ohms
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G = 1 + (19.8 kΩ/RG)
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= 1 + 99 = 100
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??? also see fig. 56 on page 20 of http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/AD8422.pdf
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now consider if input to AD8422 is on order of 10 millivolts
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output will be 1.000 volts 
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(or if no offset voltage and input is actually ~ -5 to +5 millivolts,
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then output will be -0.5 to +0.5 volts)
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where might DC offset voltage come into play?
  
 
2nd Stage AD8422 Instrumentation amp with gain resistor
 
2nd Stage AD8422 Instrumentation amp with gain resistor

Revision as of 06:36, 15 December 2016

what is value of c33? 50 pF or 1 nF ? determines high-cut frequency either 160 Hz (1 nF) or 3200 Hz (50 pF)

Op amps ...

OPA2111 - what gain? expecting ~ 100 ?

what values for R27, R23, R24 ? (also R28, R25, R26)

R27 should be 2K ohms R23, R24 -> 100K ohms

cf instrumentation amp (figure 9 of http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/opa2111.pdf) 1 + (R23 + R24) / R27 ... so 1 + (200 K / 2 K) = 101

so if input signal is on order of 100 microvolts then output of first amp will be 10.100 millivolts (really more like -50 to +50 microvolts -> -5 to +5 millivolts)

AD8422 R5 and R6 are 200 ohms G = 1 + (19.8 kΩ/RG) = 1 + 99 = 100

??? also see fig. 56 on page 20 of http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/AD8422.pdf

now consider if input to AD8422 is on order of 10 millivolts output will be 1.000 volts (or if no offset voltage and input is actually ~ -5 to +5 millivolts, then output will be -0.5 to +0.5 volts)

where might DC offset voltage come into play?

2nd Stage AD8422 Instrumentation amp with gain resistor 2(10 kΩ + RREF)/(20 kΩ + RREF) http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/AD8422.pdf In figure 56, you will see that an op amp is used to input to the VREF pin.

3rd stage Low-cut (aka high-pass ) filter and DC offset to 3rd Stage OP2177ARMZ ( IC1B Ch1 and IC1A Ch2 )

4th Stage IC3D>IC3C Ch1, and IC3A>IC3B, Potentially considered a two-pole high-cut(aka low-pass)