High-Side V-I Converter, 0-2V to 0-100mA, 1% Full Scale Error
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This Verified Design delivers a well-regulated current to a ground-referenced load that could be used for actuators, sensors, motors, and many other applications. The design utilizes a two-stage approach to allow the high-side current source to accept a ground-referenced input. The first stage uses an op amp and n-channel MOSFET to translate the ground-referenced input to a supply-referenced signal. The supply-referenced signal drives the second stage op amp that controls the gate of a p-channel MOSFET to regulate the load current. The OPA2333 is used for both stages of the design because of the low quiescent current, rail-to-rail input/output, and zero-drift chopper technology. The rail-to-rail input stage includes voltages that exceed both supply rails so there is no loss or "dead-zone" when used as a low-side sink for the first stage or as a high-side source for the second stage. The rail-to-rail output ensures that the op amp is able to successfully turn off the active devices ensuring low zero-scale currents. The zero-drift architecture allows for precision DC performance over temperature.

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Features
  • Converts Voltage to current: 0 to 2 V, 0 mA to 100 mA
  • Less than 0.1 % Error
  • Single-supply solution with rail-to-rail input dual-channel op amp
  • Good compliance voltage to the both rails
  • Design creates a current source that allows for a GND referenced load
  • Excellent DC performance and temperature drift using zero-drift OPA2333 op amp
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    • Theory
    • Component Selection
    • TINA-TI Simulation
    • Schematics and PCB Layout
    • Verification and Measured Performance
    • Modification Options
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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
OPA2333  1.8V, 17µA, 2 channels, microPower, Precision, Zero Drift CMOS Op Amp  Operational amplifiers (op amps)  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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User guides (1)
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PDF 704 19 Sep 2013
Design files (3)
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PDF 66 20 Sep 2013
ZIP 399 19 Sep 2013
PDF 96 19 Sep 2013
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Name Part Number Tool Type
SPICE-based analog simulation program  TINA-TI  Circuit Design & Simulation 

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