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Sensors that use thin-film or thick-film strain gauge technology typically require high-gain signal conditioning. For typical applications where signal gain of less than 250V/V is sufficient, any of the high precision signal conditioners, MAX1452, and MAX1455 ASICs can be used without any external amplification of the signal. For applications where high-gain compensation (larger than 250V/V) is required, external amplification circuit must me added.
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