If you have questions about choosing the right current shunt monitor/current sense amplifier for your application, or how to calculate errors and accuracy, or what to watch out for when you're designing your circuit, then this video series is just what you need!!
Session 1: When to choose a Current Sense AmpSession 2: Current Sense Amp Design ConsiderationsSession 3: Implementation options for both high-side and low-side monitoringSession 4: How to choose an appropriate Shunt ResistorSession 5: Understanding different types of error in current shunt monitor designsSession 6: Understanding gain errorsSession 7: Understanding offset errorsSession 8: Understanding filter related errorSession 9: Understanding common mode voltage errorSession 10: Understanding temperature related errorSession 11: Understanding power supply rejection errorSession 12: Understanding shunt resistor tolerance errorSession 13: Layout considerations for a Current Shunt Monitor circuitSession 14: Debugging a Current Shunt Monitor circuit - where to probeSession 15: Programming Power Settings
If you want to see the videos in China we have three different 3rd party sites that host our videos. Below are the direct links:
21ic: Getting Started with Current Sensing
EEWorld: Getting Started with Current Sensing
21Dianyuan: Getting Started with Current Sensing
Jason Bridgmon, TI Sensing Products Applications Support
Current Shunt Monitor Video Training Series
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Javier Contreras, TI Sensing Products Applications Support
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Getting Started with Current Sensing Video Training Series
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