INA901-SP Radiation Hardness Assured (RHA) Current-Shunt Monitor Evaluation Module INA901EVM-CVAL (ACTIVE)

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The INA901EVM-CVAL is an evaluation module (EVM) for the INA901-SP space grade current sense monitor. The EVM is user configurable so that a wide range of operating conditions and filtering options can be demonstrated. The board also contains an LM139AQML-SP space grade comparator so that the EVM can be configured as an over current or under current detector.  The board can support up to an 80V signal on the inputs and a 10 A load current with a user installed shunt resistor.

  • Easy to evaluate INA901-SP current sense monitor with shunt resistor or differential voltage
  • On board space for user installed shunt resistor
  • Can also be used with external shunt resistor
  • On board comparator allows option to configure as over or under current detector

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  • INA901EVM-CVAL evaluation module

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INA901-SP Radiation Hardness Assured (RHA) Current-Shunt Monitor Evaluation Module


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User guides (1)
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PDF 518 09 Oct 2018

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
INA901-SP  Radiation hardened, -15V to 80V common mode, unidirectional current-shunt monitor  Current sense amplifiers 
LM139AQML-SP  Low Power Low Offset Voltage Quad Comparator  Amplifiers 

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