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Demonstration board user guidelines for the TSC101 high-side current sense amplifier

Posted: 03 Jun 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:demonstration board? amplification? current sense amplifier?

The TSC101 measures a very small voltage drop on a high-side shunt resistor, and using an internally fixed gain, amplifies the difference into a ground-referenced output voltage. The amplification gain is internally fixed and the device is housed in a tiny SOT23-5 package. Input common-mode and power supply voltages are independent. The common-mode voltage can range from 2.8V to 30V in operating conditions, and up to 60V in absolute maximum ratings. The supply voltage can range from 4V to 24V, giving you the possibility to connect the power supply pin to either side of the shunt resistor in most cases.

This application note describes the DEMO_TSC101, a demonstration board specifically designed for the TSC101 IC. In this document, you will find a brief description of the TSC101, a description of the demonstration board, a detailed BOM of the demonstration board and its layout.

View the PDF document for more information.

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