Low Voltage Instrumentation Amplifier

 This circuit presents a low voltage Instrumentation Amplifier operating on +/-1V power supplies. This circuit is
designed to amplify low level difference-mode signals over a common mode voltage range that may be
relatively large compared to the signal voltage levels. Many transducer and bridge circuits that generate
limited output voltages CAN be buffered and Amplifier by using this low voltage Instrumentation Amplifier In
this Amplifier the circuit functions as a difference Amplifier with high input impedance with respect to the
input signals. The 1Mohm input resistances provide isolation and over-voltage protection between the input
signal and the Instrumentation Amplifier The output impedance for this Instrumentation Amplifier is very low.
The gain of the first stage is given by (1+100K/50K) and the gain for the second stage is equal to
(500K/100K).  For a differential input VIN, the output is given by VOUT = VIN x (500K/100K) x (1+100K/50K).
In this example, the gain is fixed at 15
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