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Zero-drift Hall-effect current sensors

Achieve consistent, accurate measurements over time and temperature

Our Hall-effect current sensors provide the industry’s highest accuracy combined with the lowest drift, enabling consistent, accurate current measurements over both time and temperature.  Additionally, our Hall-effect current sensors offer higher isolation voltage levels than the competition for equivalent packages.

Low drift

Zero-drift architecture and real-time sensitivity compensation correct for changing temperature, package stress and aging, enabling the industry’s lowest drift over time and temperature.

  • Low sensitivity temperature
  • Low lifetime sensitivity drift
  • Low offset drift

High accuracy

Increase overall system performance with higher efficiency, safer systems and tighter system control

  • Full-scale error < 1%
  • Linearity error < 0.1%

Isolation

Exceeds industry regulations to meet demanding environmental and use-case conditions with high working voltage extends product lifetime

  • 600-V working voltage
  • 3-kVrms dielectric withstand isolation
  • UL1577 standard

Featured Hall-effect current sensors

TMCS1100

Industry’s first zero-drift Hall-effect current sensor enabling 1% accuracy in 600-V systems

TMCS1101

Zero-drift Hall-effect current sensor enabling 1.5% accuracy with pin-to-pin compatible footprints

Featured Hall-effect current sensor reference designs

1-kW, 80 Plus titanium, GaN CCM totem pole bridgeless PFC and half-bridge LLC reference design

This reference design is a digitally controlled, compact 1-kW AC/DC power supply design for server power supply unit (PSU) and telecom rectifier applications.

In-phase current-sense reference design for 230-VAC motor drives using hall-effect current sensors

This reference design features the Hall-effect current sensor, TMCS1100, that can measure currents with an absolute error of < 1% (–40 to 125°C) and provide a working isolation voltage of up to 600 V.