AMC1200 Evaluation Module


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The AMC1200 is an isolated single-channel analog amplifier an output separated from the input circuitry by a silicon dioxide (SiO2) barrier that is highly resistant to magnetic interference. The AMC1200 is used in high-resolution measurement applications including current monitoring, industrial process control and motor positioning systems. The AMC1200EVM is a small form factor board containing all the necessary components to evaluate the AMC1200 device. The AMC1200EVM Users Guide contains a complete circuit schematic and describes the characteristics and use of the evaluation module. For complete details on the AMC1200, please refer to the AMC1200 product folder.

  • 2mm, 2-terminal screw connectors to provide easy access to the analog inputs and outputs of the amplifier
  • ±250mV input range optimized for shunt resistor applications
  • Fully differential output with common mode voltage automatically adjusted to VDD2/2

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PDF 253 30 Jul 2013 1,325

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
AMC1200  4.25kV peak Isolated Amplifier for Current Shunt Measurements  Special Function Amplifiers 
AMC1200-Q1  Automotive Catalog, 4kV peak Isolated Amplifier for Current Shunt Measurements  Special Function Amplifiers 
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