Instrumentation Amplifiers

Instrumentation amplifiers (In-Amps) are operational amplifier (op-amp) circuits designed to amplify small differential signals, especially in common-mode noise. These amplifiers are widely used in precision measurement and sensor applications where accuracy and reliability are paramount. The primary function of instrumentation amplifiers is to amplify the voltage difference between two input terminals while rejecting any common-mode signals that appear on both inputs. This is essential in scenarios where the signal of interest is small compared to unwanted noise or interference. By effectively eliminating common-mode noise, instrumentation amplifiers enhance the precision and reliability of measurements.

Instrumentation amplifiers typically consist of multiple operational amplifiers and precision resistors configured to provide high input impedance, high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR), and low output impedance. The key characteristics of instrumentation amplifiers include high gain, low drift, and low noise, making them suitable for applications such as medical instrumentation, data acquisition systems, strain gauge amplification, and other sensitive measurement tasks.

Xecor provides high-quality instrumentation amplifiers from top manufacturers such as Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, Maxim Integrated, STMicroelectronics, and Linear Technology. At Xecor, we prioritize cutting-edge technology and reliability, offering a diverse selection of instrumentation amplifiers designed to meet the demands of precise signal amplification in measurement and sensor applications. Explore our inventory and discover the perfect instrumentation amplifier for your next project, where precision meets excellence.

  • Product Categories