I am making an 1- 10 kHz AC bridge to measure small changes in capacitance. The bridge is driven by the internal oscillator of a lock-in detector, and null voltage is obtained by adjusting a decade ratio transformer. The other arms consist of two sets of capacitors which share a common plate. Any movement registers an increase in capacitance in one and a corresponding decrease in the other. The common plate is sent to the lock-in for detection. My question is this, I am trying to use some sort of isolation transformer to seperate the ground of the lock in from my bridge and don't know what to use. I have played arround with a variety of transformers (audio etc...) and am not happy with the results. Does anyone have any suggestions.