High Precision Current Shunt Monitor Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) INA260EVM

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Description

The INA260EVM is a compact, easy-to-use platform for evaluating the main features and performance of the INA260 High Precision Current Shunt Monitor across its specified input current, common-mode voltage and temperature ranges. Instrumentation needs for performance evaluation are minimal. EVM power supply and digital input-output operations are handled by the included I2C controller. The only lab equipment needed is  a capable input source for driving the required input currents and common-mode voltages. The EVM features optional common-mode over-voltage protection clamps. The intuitive GUI simplifies device configuration and enables users to quickly gain familiarity with the operation of the INA260.

Features
  • Small form factor
  • USB-powered
  • Supports full ±15A input current range and 36V common-mode voltage range
  • Optional input common-mode over-voltage protection clamps
  • Digital host controller and GUI included


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INA260EVM:
High Precision Current Shunt Monitor Evaluation Module

$75.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 8874 10 Nov 2016 588

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TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
INA260  High/Low-Side Digital Current/Power Monitor with Integrated 2mΩ Shunt Resistor  Current Sense Amplifiers 

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