Digitally Controlled Potentiometer in Sensor Circuits

There are lots of explanation such as temperature coefficient, feedback, signal conditioning circuit, gain adjustment, transimpedance amplifier, bridge resistance, voltage, strain gauge, span, digitally controlled potentiometers, potentiometers, photovoltaics, transducer signal conditioning, transimpedance gain, and response are described in the application note. The application note presents information related to pressure transducer signal, adjustment, current, noninverting amplifier, gain, sensor, scientific instrumentation, temperature, range, transducer, linearization, bridge excitation voltage, calibration, thermometer, and peizosensitivity.

In this application note we can find explanation related to sensor circuit, signal conditioning, power, pressure, conditioning, amplification, zero adjustment, transducer signal, conditioning circuit, amplifier, temperature stability, instrumentation, pressure sensor, calibration process, and resolution. Below are grabbed from the application note:

Digitally controlled potentiometers add variability and programmability to the sensor circuit and provide an automated alternative to manually adjusted mechanical trimmers. The results are accuracy, speed, reliability, packaging flexibility, and labor and cost savings.

Furthermore, the application note explains information about precision, pressure transducer, prtd temperature coefficient, signal, prtd signal conditioning, temperature detector, voltage reference, circuits, circuit, dynamic range, bridge excitation, sensor circuits, detector, dynamic, and instrumentation amplifier.

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