Instrumentation fundamentals and applications
As a follow-up to Wiley's bestselling Grounding and Shielding in Instrumentation, this volume offers practical guidance to designing and building instrumentation systems, emphasizing instrumentation amplifiers. Treats the instrumentation problems as a system showing how each element affects performance. Details cable, shield, and ground philosophies and examines signal conditioning, digital control, and noise sensitivity.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
active arms attenuated avoid balance bandwidth cable calibration capacitor cause charge amplifier circuit is shown circuitry CMRR coaxial coil common-mode signal common-mode voltage conductor connected connector coupling current flow device differential gain block differential-mode direct-in electrical error excitation level excitation source field frequency function gage element gradient ground loop ground plane ground potential differences hardware input guard shield input impedance input leads input shield input signal instrumentation amplifier integrated circuit isolation transformer leakage capacitance limited linearity load logic low-level measure meters multiplexer mutual capacitance noise null ohms optical isolation output ground output signal path potential differences potentiometer power line power supply problem pulse rack module radiated ratio reduce relay requires resistance resistor result RTI offset sense separate shown in Figure shunt signal lines source impedance square-wave strain gage temperature thermocouple transducer typical unwanted usually voltage zero