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A signal conditioner is a device that aids in the conversion of a signal that may be difficult to interpret using standard instrumentation into a more readily readable format. Signal conditioning technology is used to manipulate a signal in order to prepare it for the next stage of processing.
It is used in many industries, including oil and gas, energy and power, chemical processing, food and beverage, metal and mining, paper and pulp, water and wastewater, and aerospace and defence. Several reasons are driving the worldwide signal conditioning market.
These include increased infrastructure investment, increased demand from the water and wastewater industry, a change to PC-based systems from obsolete data collecting systems, increased need for industrial automation processes, and manufacturers’ strong distribution networks.
The India Signal Conditioning Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
50MHz Precision OP Amp to Improve High-Speed Signal Conditioning and Current Sensing,
The TSV792 dual 5V operational amplifier STMicroelectronics combines 50MHz gain-bandwidth with precise features such as low input offset voltage and exceptionally low input voltage noise of about 6.5nV/Hz.
The standard 50MHz gain-bandwidth product allows for accurate amplification of high-frequency signals. With a quick slew rate of 30V/s, the TSV792 is ideal for photodiode signal conditioning in battery-powered smoke detectors.
The TSV792 saves energy by effectively processing the photodetector output signal, allowing it to be used for added features like wireless networking that add value to smart-home devices.
With a typical input offset voltage of 50V (at 25°C), the TSV792 delivers precise low-side current sensing in motor-control applications and power systems such as industrial power supply, telecom and network infrastructure supplies, and so on.
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