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Texas Instruments AMC1411EVM Amplifier Evaluation Module (EVM)
Texas Instruments’ AMC1411EVM Amplifier Evaluation Module (EVM) is a platform for evaluating the AMC1411 precision isolated amplifier.
The AMC1411 is a 10.5 kilovolts precision isolation amplifier with an output separated from the input circuitry by a silicon dioxide barrier that is highly resistant to magnetic interference. The amplifier is designed for use in unipolar voltage-measuring applications.
The Texas Instruments AMC1411 is optimized for connection to high-voltage resistive dividers or other voltage signal sources with high-output resistance.
Screw terminals allow for easy access to high- and low-side power supplies, analog inputs, and analog outputs while a configurable analog input section allows connection to external shunt resistors.
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