Texas Instruments has introduced a new reinforced isolated amplifier. The company claims that devices provides the industry’s highest precision and working voltages and longest lifetime reliability. The combination of better nonlinearity, lower offset and gain error, and higher temperature stability, is expected to enable engineers to overcome performance limitations and design high-precision systems.
The new amplifier is designed for isolated voltage sensing in factory automation and control, grid infrastructure, rail transport and motor drive applications. TI’s capacitive isolation technology enables long lifetimes and 50 percent higher working voltages than required by isolation industry standards, common-mode transient immunity (CMTI) of up to 80 kV/µs and robust operation over an extended industrial temperature range of -55°C to +125°C.
The high-precision ISO224 enables more accurate measurements of ±10-V signals, which are widely used in industrial applications, with 25 percent better nonlinearity, eight times lower gain error, lower offset drift and faster system response than similar competitive devices, according to TI. Engineers can reduce board space with the ISO224’s 60 percent smaller package than the previous-generation ISO12x amplifiers as well as its output that supports direct connection to an ADC with 5-V input. The ISO224 also features a single, high-side supply with integrated voltage detection that simplifies the design and system-level diagnostics.
Designers can download the TINA-TI SPICE model and then simulate and analyze their circuit behavior with the ISO224 isolated amplifier by downloading the SIM TINA-TI reference design, the ISO224 TINA-TI SPICE model, or by using the ISO224 evaluation module. Preproduction samples of the ISO224 are available now through the TI store. The ISO224 is available in an 8-pin, 5.85-mm-by-7.5-mm small-outline integrated circuit (SOIC) package. Pricing starts at $6.49.
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