I have a unipolar but balanced/differential output transducer. The transducer outputs around +/-200mV and I want to amplify this with a gain of at least 10. The data acquisition board is also differential inputs.
Now I want to amplify this balanced transducer signal and obtain again a differential/balanced signal at the output with gain of at least 10.
I found this differential amplifier, but it seems it is not fully differential. But it is great that it has inner gain so no gain temperature issues. But its output is single ended I guess (?)
My problem is I want a fully differential amplifier(with diff outputs) in DIP package which can work any dual supply voltage between min +/-5V up to max +/-15V.
But I couldn't find a single one in the market. Does anybody have experience with that? My frequency of interest in this force transducer application is from DC to 150Hz.
The best would be of course fixed gain fully differential amplifier in DIP package, otherwise resistive networks(which are also not DIP) to eliminate temperature effects on gain or CMRR needed.
(How about using a single ended to differential ended driver after this INA106. My problem is I'm restricted with supply rails and DIP package?)