AMC1302EVM

AMC1302 evaluation module

AMC1302EVM

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Overview

The AMC1302 evaluation module (EVM) is a platform for evaluating the AMC1302, which is a 7-kV reinforced isolation amplifier designed for use in current shunt measuring applications. AMC1302EVM allows the user to explore all the features of the AMC1302 device.

Features
  • Reinforced isolation amplifier: 7-kV peak, 10-kV surge
  • Fixed gain of 41
  • ±50-mV input range
  • Low gain error and drift
  • Extended industrial temperature range
Isolated amplifiers
AMC1302 ±50-mV-input, high-precision, reinforced isolated amplifier for current sensing AMC1302-Q1 Automotive ±50-mV-input, high-precision, reinforced isolated amplifier for current sensing

 

Linear regulators (LDO)
TPS704 1-A, dual-channel ultra-low-dropout voltage regulator with power good & independent enable

 

Transformer drivers
SN6501 Low-noise, 350-mA, 410-kHz transformer driver for isolated power supplies

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AMC1302EVM – AMC1302 evaluation module

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Technical documentation

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* User guide AMC130x Evaluation Module User's Guide (Rev. C) Jun. 28, 2018
Datasheet AMC1302 Precision, Reinforced Isolated Amplifier With High CMTI, Input Voltage Range of ±50 mV, and High Bandwidth of 280 kHz datasheet (Rev. C) Jan. 06, 2020
More literature AMC1302EVM EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jan. 02, 2019
Datasheet AMC1302 Precision, Reinforced Isolated Amplifier With High CMTI, Input Voltage Range of ±50 mV, and High Bandwidth of 280 kHz datasheet (Rev. A) Sep. 25, 2018

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