Signal conditioning, filter and instrumentation amplifier

  • 14-Feb-2017 10:15 EST
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Alligator Technologies (Costa Mesa, CA) offers x10000 amplifier gain enhancement for the company’s USB controlled USBPIA-S1 single channel programmable signal conditioning instrumentation amplifier and the USBPGF-S1 instrumentation amplifier with low pass filter. The device is configurable in a wide variety of applications. The completely software configurable USBPGF-S1 low pass filter is available in a wide range of filter characteristics and, along with the USBPIA-S1 instrumentation amplifier, can now amplify signals below 1mV to standard ADC resolvable levels. The company claims each USBPxx-S1 has intelligence built in to configure itself from power-up with changeable but non-volatile parameters and operates independently in both a turn-key or host computer controlled scenario. For more information, visit www.alligatortech.com.

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