My signals are slow moving but bipolar, therefore I would like to offset the input(s), of PCS10/K4087, by half the used voltage range.
What do You suggest be the simplest way to achive that?
I can live with the supplied software not being compensated.
PS A future enhancement upgrade maybe. PCS10/KA8047 being able to handle bipolar signals. For me that would be obvious DS
One possible solution is to use two resistors and an external voltage source to bias the input of the PCS10.
Alternatively, if your signal source is floating, you may add a DC voltage source between the GND of the PCS10 and the floating “GND” of your signal source.
Ok, Thanks! I will have to use a variable voltage source inplace of the battery for differrnt ranges of the PCS10. Thats doable.