INA2180-2181 Output Current Sense Amplifier Evaluation Board

(ACTIVE) INA2180-2181EVM

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Description

The INA2180 is an integrated current sense monitor solution that provides ease of use and high performance for cost-sensitive applications. The INA2181 shares the same capabilities with the support for bidirectional current measurements. The INA2180-2181EVM is intended to provide basic functional evaluation of the device family. The fixture layout is not intended as a model for the target circuit, nor it is laid out for electromagnetic (EMI) testing. The INA2180-2181EVM consists of a single PCB, breakable into 8 individual pieces to allow evaluation of  the different device variants.

Features
  • Evaluation of the INA2180x and INA2181x in all gain options
  • Test points to allow ease of acess to device pins
  • Capability to evaluate both high and low-side configurations


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INA2180-2181EVM:
INA280-2181 Output Current Sense Amplifier Evaluation Board

$29.00(USD)




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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 1757 25 Aug 2017 121

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
INA2180  Dual 26V, Low- or High-Side Voltage Output Current Sense Amplifier  Current Sense Amplifiers 
INA2181  Dual 26V, Bidirectional, Low- or High-Side Voltage Output Current Sense Amplifier  Current Sense Amplifiers 

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