SBOS956 December 2018 INA240-SEP
The enhanced PWM rejection feature of the INA240-SEP provides increased attenuation of large common-mode ΔV/Δt transients. Large ΔV/Δt common-mode transients associated with PWM signals are employed in applications such as motor or solenoid drive and switching power supplies. Traditionally, large ΔV/Δt common-mode transitions are handled strictly by increasing the amplifier signal bandwidth, which can increase chip size, complexity and ultimately cost. The INA240-SEP is designed with high common-mode rejection techniques to reduce large ΔV/Δt transients before the system is disturbed as a result of these large signals. The high AC CMRR, in conjunction with signal bandwidth, allows the INA240-SEP to provide minimal output transients and ringing compared with standard circuit approaches.