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If VCC is 5V, how to calculate the Vsense?
Does it Vsense = 5V / Av ?
Besides, if VCC below 16V, the internal 14V LDO will not work. Am I right?
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In reply to Patrick Simmons:
what is the 0.25V? Why VCC need to minus 0.25V?
Besides, what is VOMAX? It has 0.5V max for VOMAX, how to interpret it?
In reply to Johnson Cheah:
I was referencing the following section, which is related to the VOMAX specification you saw.
VOMAX in the above paragraph was assumed to be 250mV. At worst it will to be 0.5V. VOMAX is the difference between the supply and the device maximum output. If you want a good understanding of why this exists, I think these precision lab videos are a good source: link1, link2, link 3. Although these linked videos pertain to the amplifier groups products, the information is still relevant to current sensors.
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