You may use an PSoC5 internal opamp and connecting 4 resistors to get your desired differential amplifier with gain 10.
Some thoughs -
1) The input buffer is differential, and you can get a G = 8 out of it.
2) The input buffer z is fairly low, check datasheet, so you can do
design calculaltions for CMRR.
3) Design needs to start with desired resolution and accuracy, so you
can do a signal path analysis. If you are at higher resolution take
a look at the datasheet for CMRR vs G. In advisable to use a single
OpAmp with 4 Rs for a diff map. You will have limited CMRR. Think
about using a single chip, 3 amp IA, they are factory trimmed, for T as
well,can approach 22 - 24 bit performance,
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