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Instrumentation amplifiers - the next level of precision signal conditioning

Integrated resistor networks maximize accuracy and space efficiency

Our portfolio of instrumentation amplifiers offers a wide range of options to help ensure optimized performance for a variety of applications. With cutting-edge process and thin-film technology, these products achieve very high levels of direct-current (DC) precision such as offset voltage, gain error, drift and common-mode rejection. Innovative designs enable our instrumentation amplifiers to reach unprecedented levels of speed, noise, and power while state-of-the-art packaging push the boundaries on size with 3x3-mm QFN options for maximum space savings.

Featured instrumentation amplifiers


Wide bandwidth (4.7MHz), low noise (7nV/√Hz), low offset (35μV), low drift (0.4μV/˚C) instrumentation amp built on TI's super-beta technology. Optimized to provide a high CMRR under all conditions


The industry's smallest 36-V instrumentation amp with 35-μV offset, low-noise (7-nV/√Hz), and low-power (0.35 mA)


The industry’s highest bandwidth, lowest noise monolithic instrumentation amplifier with super-beta inputs


Automotive, zero-drift, micro-power, high CMRR, instrumentation amplifier. Suitable for automotive resistive bridge applications (pressure, strain, torque and force sensors) and HEV/EV current sensing

Featured technical resources

Build your expertise with TI Precision Labs - Instrumentation Amplifiers

The instrumentation amplifier video series curriculum covers the theory and operation of instrumentation amplifiers. These training videos highlight the importance of precision differential input amplification, common mode noise rejection and our design tools and calculators to help you achieve first-pass design.

TI precision labs - Instrumentation amplifiers

Comprehensive Error Calculation for Instrumentation Amplifiers

Learn more about how to calculate error sources in common instrumentation amplifiers applications

Difference Between an Instrumentation Amplifier and a Current Sense Amplifier

Learn more about the tradeoffs between instrumentation amplifiers and current sense amplifiers

Super-Beta Input Amplifiers: Features and Benefits

Learn how Super-beta transistors improve precision performance in bipolar amplifiers

Supporting High Voltage Common Mode Using Instrumentational Amplifier

Learn how to use signal passive scaling in front of instrumentation amplifier to achieve high common mode voltages

Learn more about the answers to frequently asked questions regarding instrumentation amplifiers

Learn more about the properties of an instrumentation amplifier and how it can benefit applications with small error budgets