Isolation amplifiers are electronic circuits which provide a galvanic isolation between the input and output signals. This type of amplifier is designed to prevent the transfer of electrical noise, ground loops, and other problems between two or more circuits having different ground potentials. Isolation amplifiers can also be used to convert and amplify signals from one type of electrical connection to another. This can be done to increase the signal-to-noise ratio, reduce power consumption, or increase the accuracy of a signal. In addition, isolation amplifiers can also provide insulation for hazardous voltages or for the prevention of high voltage damage to the connected systems.