Part Number: INA214
May I learn from you that do we have a solution P2P with INA214 and can support at least 54V?
Thank you for your kindly help.
Hello Edward, Thanks for reaching out on the forum. I am not sure what you mean by p2p. As for a TI-design, there are not any that I am aware. Some people may attempt to use a voltage divider between the shunt resistor and the device, but we typically advise against that. Why not use the INA240? It comes in a 100V/V gain, has a lower offset, and can handle up to 80V common mode without any supporting workaround chips.
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In reply to Patrick Simmons:
Sorry for misunderstanding, P2P means Pin to Pins solution,
Do we have a solution Pin to Pin with INA214 and can support at least 54V?
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