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Common mode voltage (Max) (V) 36 Common mode voltage (Min) (V) 0 Input offset (+/-) (Max) (uV) 650 Input offset drift (+/-) (Typ) (uV/C) 0.1 CMRR (Min) (dB) 96 Supply voltage (Max) (V) 5.5 Supply voltage (Min) (V) 2.7 Iq (Max) (mA) 0.135 Number of channels (#) 1 Comparators (#) 1 Features Alert Function, Low-side Capable Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125
Common mode voltage (Max) (V) 36 Common mode voltage (Min) (V) 0 Input offset (+/-) (Max) (uV) 650 Input offset drift (+/-) (Typ) (uV/C) 0.1 CMRR (Min) (dB) 96 Supply voltage (Max) (V) 5.5 Supply voltage (Min) (V) 2.7 Iq (Max) (mA) 0.135 Number of channels (#) 1 Comparators (#) 1 Features Alert Function, Low-side Capable Rating Catalog Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125
VSSOP (DGS) 10 9 mm² 3 x 3 WSON (DSQ) 10 4 mm² 2 x 2
  • Wide Common-Mode Range: 0 V to 36 V
  • Selectable Response Times:
    • 10 µs, 50 µs, 100 µs
  • Programmable Threshold:
    • Adjust Using Single Resistor
    • Programmable From 0 mV to 250 mV
  • Accuracy:
    • Offset Voltage: ±500 µV (Maximum)
    • Offset Voltage Drift: 0.5 µV/°C (Maximum)
  • Selectable Hysteresis:
    • 2 mV, 4 mV, 8 mV
  • Active Quiescent Current: 135 µA (Maximum)
  • Selectable Disable Mode
    • Disabled Quiescent Current: 3.5 µA (Maximum)
    • Disabled Input Bias Current: 500 nA (Maximum)
  • Open-Drain Output With Latch Mode Available
  • Wide Common-Mode Range: 0 V to 36 V
  • Selectable Response Times:
    • 10 µs, 50 µs, 100 µs
  • Programmable Threshold:
    • Adjust Using Single Resistor
    • Programmable From 0 mV to 250 mV
  • Accuracy:
    • Offset Voltage: ±500 µV (Maximum)
    • Offset Voltage Drift: 0.5 µV/°C (Maximum)
  • Selectable Hysteresis:
    • 2 mV, 4 mV, 8 mV
  • Active Quiescent Current: 135 µA (Maximum)
  • Selectable Disable Mode
    • Disabled Quiescent Current: 3.5 µA (Maximum)
    • Disabled Input Bias Current: 500 nA (Maximum)
  • Open-Drain Output With Latch Mode Available

Designed for overcurrent protection applications, the INA300 is a current-sensing comparator that detects overcurrent by measuring the voltage developed across a shunt resistor, and comparing that voltage to the threshold voltage input level. The device measures this differential voltage signal on common-mode voltages that can vary from 0 V up to 36 V, independent of the supply voltage. The INA300 device features an adjustable threshold range that is set using a single external limit-setting resistor. A selectable hysteresis feature enables adjustable operation of the comparator to accommodate the wide input signal range of 0 mV to 250 mV.

An open-drain alert output on the device can be configured to operate in either a transparent mode where the output status follows the input state, or in a latched mode where the alert output is cleared when the latch is cleared. The device response time setting is selectable, which enables overcurrent alerts to be issued in as fast as 10 µs.

The INA300 device operates from a single 2.7-V to 5.5-V supply, drawing a maximum supply current of 135 µA. The INA300 device is specified over the extended operating temperature range of –40°C to +125°C, and is available in WSON-10 and VSSOP-10 packages.

Designed for overcurrent protection applications, the INA300 is a current-sensing comparator that detects overcurrent by measuring the voltage developed across a shunt resistor, and comparing that voltage to the threshold voltage input level. The device measures this differential voltage signal on common-mode voltages that can vary from 0 V up to 36 V, independent of the supply voltage. The INA300 device features an adjustable threshold range that is set using a single external limit-setting resistor. A selectable hysteresis feature enables adjustable operation of the comparator to accommodate the wide input signal range of 0 mV to 250 mV.

An open-drain alert output on the device can be configured to operate in either a transparent mode where the output status follows the input state, or in a latched mode where the alert output is cleared when the latch is cleared. The device response time setting is selectable, which enables overcurrent alerts to be issued in as fast as 10 µs.

The INA300 device operates from a single 2.7-V to 5.5-V supply, drawing a maximum supply current of 135 µA. The INA300 device is specified over the extended operating temperature range of –40°C to +125°C, and is available in WSON-10 and VSSOP-10 packages.

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* Data sheet INA300 Overcurrent-Protection, Current-Sense Comparator datasheet (Rev. C) 18 Jun 2021
Application note Measuring Current To Detect Out-of-Range Conditions (Rev. D) PDF | HTML 10 Mar 2022
Application note Using a PCB Copper Trace as a Current-Sense Shunt Resistor PDF | HTML 25 Jan 2022
Application note Measuring Current for Handle Multiple Out-of-Range Conditions (Rev. C) PDF | HTML 04 Oct 2021
Selection guide Current Sense Amplifiers (Rev. E) 20 Sep 2021
Technical article Solving the multidecade current-measurement challenge in your 48-V BMS application 14 Jun 2021
Technical article How current-sense amplifiers monitor satellite health 08 Feb 2021
E-book Simplifying Current Sensing (Rev. A) 09 Jan 2020
Application note Bidirectional, Low-Side Phase Current Sensing With Onboard Overcurrent Detection (Rev. D) 06 Mar 2019
Technical article A key to accurate system thermal management: monitoring both current flow and temperature 04 Oct 2018
Circuit design Overcurrent event detection circuit 31 Jul 2018
Application note Low-Drift, Low-Side Current Measurements for Three-Phase Systems (Rev. B) 05 Sep 2017
Technical article System trade-offs for high- and low-side current measurements 01 Jun 2017
White paper Overcurrent protection enables more efficient and reliable systems 16 May 2016
More literature Over-Current Detection Products Brochure 14 Aug 2014
EVM User's guide INA300EVM User's Guide 17 Feb 2014

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INA300EVM — INA300 evaluation module

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 (...)

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TINA-TI provides all the conventional DC, transient and frequency domain analysis of SPICE and much more. TINA has extensive post-processing capability that allows you to format results the way you want them. Virtual instruments allow you to select input waveforms and probe circuit nodes voltages (...)
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CS-AMPLIFIER-ERROR-TOOL — Current sense amplifier comparison and error tool

This Excel calculator provides a comparison between two and five of our standard current sense amplifiers, delivering a chart containing the basic parameters of each device. This calculator also takes system condition inputs from users such as common-mode voltage, supply voltage, shunt resistor (...)
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This bidirectional current sensing solution uses a current-sense amplifier and a high-speed dual comparator with a rail-to-rail input common mode range to create over-current (OC) alert signals at the comparator outputs (OUTA and OUTB) if the input current (IG1) rises above 100 A or falls below (...)
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CIRCUIT060037 — Precision over-current latch circuit

This high-side, current sensing solution uses a current sense amplifier, a comparator with an integrated reference and a P-channel MOSFET to create an over-current latch circuit. When a load current greater than 200 mA is detected, the circuit disconnects the system from its power source. The (...)
Reference designs

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