AC Analog Input Module

High precision data acquisition integrated circuits and reference designs

Description

Protection relays are designed based on the application type – generator protection, transformer protection, motor protection, feeder protection, transmission and distribution protection etc. Relays that are modular are designed to have multiple functional modules. The AC analog input module performs the data acquisition function that consists of various sensors to measure voltage and current, signal conditioning circuitry, a data acquisition system, and a host interface. TI reference designs and ICs help:

  • Showcase accurate, high speed conversion of voltage (110 Vrms or 220 Vrms) or current (I nominal: 1A or 5A) into digital equivalent
  • Highlight trade-offs for various data acquisition architectures with and without isolation
  • Cover wide dynamic range in noisy environments with temperature variations using high performance, integration and flexibility

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Application Notes (11)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
HTM 8 KB 17 Apr 2018 172
HTM 8 KB 03 Aug 2017 148
HTM 8 KB 27 Jul 2017 701
PDF 313 KB 25 Jul 2017 92
HTM 8 KB 27 Jun 2017 725
HTM 8 KB 13 Jan 2016 225
HTM 8 KB 18 May 2015 73
HTM 8 KB 16 Apr 2015 183
HTM 8 KB 20 Nov 2012 40
HTM 8 KB 09 Oct 2011 4707
HTM 8 KB 29 Aug 2011 46

Tools & Software

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
Fly-Buck and Flyback Topology Selector FLYBUCK-FLYBACK-DESIGN-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools
LM5017 Quick Start Calculator LM5017-QUICKSTART-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools
LM5160 Buck Regulator Quick Start Calculator LM5160DNTBK-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools
LM5160 Fly-Buck Quick Start Calculator LM5160DNTFBK-CALC Texas Instruments Calculation Tools

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