A high power virtual ground (rail splitter) to convert a single rail (2-wire) power supply to a dual rail (3-wire) supply.
This will allow a standard 2-wire (positive and negative) power supply to supply a 3-wire (positive, negative and ground) circuit. For example, the problem of providing positive, negative and ground to a op amp circuit is now eliminated.
To power our virtual ground you only need a standard variable voltage bench supply. The output of the virtual ground will be one-half of the input voltage on both the positive and negative rails. For example, with an input of 24vdc (2-wire), the output of the virtual ground will be +12v, -12v and a third wire which be the ground.
Input voltage: 6 to 24vdc
Output voltage: 3.3 to 12vdc (positive, negative and ground)
Maximum output current: 80ma per rail
Voltage imbalance between rails: Maximum of +/- 0.01 with a maximum 25% load imbalance. Example: With a 12vdc circuit having a 80ma load on one rail and a 60ma load on the other rail, the maximum voltage difference between rails will be no more than +.12v and -.12v (+12.12v and -11.88v).
Our Rail Splitter will ready as soon as we complete final load tests.Our Rai