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Yes, you need two different and galvanically isolated power supplies if you want to maintain proper isolation. The data sheet for the device is here http: I know this is probably stupid, but I’m pretty new to this stuff.
I don’t understand what you mean when you say “connecting two in series”. Any help would be appreciated.
Look at the picture in my answer and use lso124p power supplies to connect to the pins along the bottom edge. Just treat both sides as needing a power supply: My question is with regards to powering the amplifier.
I need to use an ISOP isolation amplifier. I am really confused with the power supplies.
If you already have 2 isolated power supplies, then just connect their terminals to your Iso Op Amp they way you stated Ground1 to GND1 and so on. I think I need two different power supplies.
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Sign up using Email and Password. I show them in a picture i. If you are using external supplies then there is no need for the DC-DC converters shown in fig 22 and Sign up using Facebook. Perhaps a diagram is beter In my opinion I should connect: Andy aka k 10 You already have 2 power supplies.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Please provide a data sheet link for the power supply and draw a picture of what you mean i.
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Your configuration look a little bit like Fig Perhaps a diagram is beter.