# How to fit this schematic into my circuit

I am trying to learn how to put schematics onto a breadboard and currently I have this wheatstone bridge used for measuring the voltage change when my R2 resistor is affected by temperature.

Now I want to put this amplifier in my circuit to make the measuring more accurate and transform the output signal. The amplifier is chosen due to high impedance and the output from op-amp should be between 0-0.5V, where 0 is room temperature.

My question is how to actually insert this amplifier circuit into my wheatstone bridge circuit on my breadboard? If Anyone could show that would be greatly appreciated, since I tried following the image but is very unsure how to actually do it in practice. From what I understand it's supposed to be between A and B, where A is going into the op-amp and B is the output signal of it?

• If the bridge and the amplifier are built already, connect A to point marked + below the $V_i$ and point B to the point marked - above $V_i$.
– AJN
Aug 25, 2020 at 12:07
• I have three small amplifiers so it can be in the circuit shown above, but not implemented as the picture seen above. I assume the "bridge" is between A and B in my Wheatstone bridge? Aug 25, 2020 at 12:16
• Put a noise suppression cap across the bridge. Aug 25, 2020 at 12:23