I want to estimate this industrial amplifier's temperature drift.
There is a section in the data sheet in ratings section as follows:
Basically the amplifier I use above is now set to around total gain of G = 2300. I measured this. And a 10kg nominal force transducer attached to this amplifier has 2mV/V sensitivity. This means for 10V excitation the transducer output increases 20mV for 10kg increase and for a 1kg increase the transducer output increases 2mV.
So to summarize, there is a transducer whose output increases 2mV per 1kg increase. This then goes to the industrial amplifier in question whose total gain i set to 2300 for now.
An example(after setting to around zero volt for no load):
Transducer is loaded 1300 gr and outputs 2.1mV; the amplifier outputs 6.178V
Transducer is loaded 1800 gr and outputs 3.1mV; the amplifier outputs 8.504V
So you can see the total gain is around 2300 from (8.5-6.17)V/1mV.
My question is how can I interpret the data sheet of this amplifier and estimate the change in the amplifier's output voltage for a 10K temperature increase? I don't understand how to do this by data-sheet's way of writing. So as you see above at a constant temperature I obtained around 2.3V increase for a 1kg load increase. What would that increase in voltage be if the temperature would be 10K degrees more? In other words what would be the total drift of the amplifier output for a 10K temperature increase?