INA300 High- or Low-Side, Over Current Detector Evaulation Module INA300EVM (ACTIVE)

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Description

The INA300 is a high common-mode, precision, bidirectional, current-sensing comparator that can be configured to detect over current conditions through the voltage developed across a shunt resistor.  Operating from a single power supply from 2.7 V to 5.5 V, the INA300 can be configured to detect shunt voltages from 0 V to 250 mV in the presence of common-mode voltages from 0 V to 36 V. The INA300EVM allows for easy user configuration of the INA300 device by using jumpers.

Features
  • Jumper selectable Enable and disable
  • Jumper selectable Latch mode and transparent mode
  • Jumper selectable Delay (10 μs, 50 μs, and 100 μs)
  • Jumper selectable Hysteresis (2 mV, 5 mV, and 10 mV)
  • Threshold set by a single resistor or an external voltage source

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INA300EVM:
INA300 High- or Low-Side, Over Current Detector Evaulation Module

$49.00(USD)


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User guides (1)
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PDF 590 17 Feb 2014
More literature (1)
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PDF 38 02 Jan 2019

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
INA300  36V Low-/High-Side, Overcurrent Protection Comparator  Current sense amplifiers 
INA300-Q1  AEC-Q100, 36V Low-/High-Side, Overcurrent Protection Comparator  Current sense amplifiers 

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