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TI Releases New Current Sense Amplifier with Integrated Low-Drift Shunt Resistor
New Design Offers Higher Accuracy and Reduced Board Footprint
Texas Instruments have introduced the industry's first fully integrated first current-sense amplifier
to integrate a high-precision, low-drift shunt resistor, which can deliver highly accurate measurements
over a wide temperature range.
TI's INA250 integrates the shunt resistor with a bi-directional, zero-drift current-sense amplifier
to support both low-side and high-side implementations.
Its accuracy and low drift reduce or may eliminate designers' calibration effort for many systems.
This integration also enables lower system cost and a smaller board footprint compared to competitive solutions.
Key Features and Benefits of the INA250 Current Sense Amplifier
The company's Web site address is www.ti.com
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