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Some sensors output in the form of millivolts and microvolts. However, it would be a tedious task for an ADC in a microcontroller to read micro volts from an analog sensor.

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Nowadays, most applications give output in the form of voltage or current. However, a digital sensor ‎ gives binary output in the form of ones and zeroes. But, if you want precise output, analog sensors are the best choice. To convert an analog voltage to digital form ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) is used.

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The AD708 acts as a differential op-amp.  This amplifier boosts the changes between the two inputs –IN A (inverting input) and +IN A (non-inverting input) and captures the common voltage between the two inputs.

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The operational amplifier works in the range of ±3V to ±15V. Two coupling capacitors are added for blocking DC. The gain of the circuit is 100.