SBOS820A September 2019 – June 2020 TMCS1100
Sensitivity is the proportional change in the sensor output voltage due to a change in the input conductor current. This sensitivity is the slope of the first-order transfer function of the sensor, as shown in Figure 25. The sensitivity of the TMCS1100 is tested and calibrated at the factory for high accuracy.
Deviation from ideal sensitivity is quantified by sensitivity error, defined as the percent variation of the best-fit measured sensitivity from the ideal sensitivity. When specified over a temperature range, this is the worst-case sensitivity error at any temperature within the range.