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What is 3-port isolation?

3-port isolation comprises isolation distances between the input circuit and the output circuit and auxiliary energy. The supply of auxiliary energy is neither located on the input potential nor on the output potential; it is an independent galvanically-separated circuit.

The structure of the isolation amplifier with 3-port isolation affords reliable protection against erroneous measurements owing to earth problems and parasitic voltages.

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