±15A Current Sensor using Closed-Loop Compensated Fluxgate Sensor Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TIPD196

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Description

This single-supply, closed loop current transducer solution is designed to accurately measure dc, ac and pulsed currents.  It allows for galvanically isolated current measurements up to 55 A before reaching saturation and features an integrated fluxgate sensor.

Features
  • Current range up to 55 A
  • Integrated fluxgate sensor
  • Sensitivity of 41.4 mV/A
  • Galvanically isolated current transducer

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DRV421  Integrated Fluxgate Magnetic Sensor IC for Closed-Loop Applications  Magnetic Sensors  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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PDF 655 27 Jan 2016 1,976
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PDF 586 23 Sep 2016 11,095
Design files (2)
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PDF 109 31 Jul 2015 58
PDF 232 31 Jul 2015 238
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