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Human body impedance measurement

Example of impedance measurement circuit for measuring body fat

Human body impedance measurement

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TVS diode

Part number

DF2B7AFU

Package

USC

VESD (Max) [kV]

±30

VRWM (Max) [V]

5.5 

Ct (Max) [pF]

10.0 

RDYN (Typ.) [Ω]

0.2 

Ultra-low-noise operational amplifier

Part number

TC75S67TU

Package

UFV

VDD, VSS (Max) [V]

±2.75 

VDD,VSS (Min) [V]

±1.1 

IDD (Max) [μA]

700

VNI (Typ.) [nV/√Hz] @f = 1 kHz

General-purpose operational amplifier

Part number

TC75S55F

Package

SMV

VDD, VSS (Max) [V]

± 3.5 

VIO (Max) [mV]

10 

CMVIN (Max) [V]

2.1 

IDD (Max) [μA]

20 

CMRR (Typ.) [dB]

70 

fT (Typ.) [MHz]

0.16 

Small-signal MOSFET

Part number

SSM3K15AMFV

Package

VESM

VDSS (Max) [V]

30

ID (Max) [mA]

100

RDS(ON) [Ω] @VGS = 2.5 V

Typ.

3.5

Max

6.0

Polarity N-ch

MCU

Part number

TMPM061FWFG

Maximum operation frequency    

16 MHz

Instruction ROM

128 KB

RAM

8 KB

Timer

9 ch

UART/SIO

4 ch

ADC 1 ch(10 bits), 3 ch(24 bits)
LCDD 40 seg x 4 com

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