Part Number: INA170 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA138 Hello, can I use INA170 with multiple loads and multiplexing as ilustrated bellow:
it's from INA138/168 datasheet:
Part Number: INA170 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA169 , , INA281 , INA296B , INA240 Hi,
We have been using this "High-Side, Bidirectional CURRENT SHUNT MONITOR" (MPN : INA170EA/2K5 ) in our designs as battery charging discharging- current measurement…
Part Number: INA170 Hi Team, We would like to confirm Recommended and the Absolute Maximum Voltage Reference value for this device. Initially, he used 6V and 5V as Voltage Reference.
Hoping for your kind response.
Part Number: INA170 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA564 , INA181 TI,
I'm currently exploring use of the INA170 to measure the bidirectional current on the output of an Improved Howland Current Pump circuit that has a ground referenced load.
Part Number: INA170 Hi,
i want to use the INA170 to sense current in a 24V power supply.
The INA170 is supplied with 3.3V on V+. The 3.3V will start a few 10ms after the 24V is applied.
According to the datasheet, Vin+ and Vin- may be +40V, but only…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA170 Hello,
I've got an INA170 used to measure bi-directional current flow to and from a 12V battery. The battery is either charging from a PV panel or driving an LED load, never at the same time. When charging the battery…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA170 , INA3221 Hi
I've got a problem with my INA170 design.
Purpose: I want to measure a current of max +/- 100mA.
I chose the parts with the following values:
Rs = 1R
RL = 10k
Ros = 20k
Vref = 5V
V+ = 5V
With my calculation…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA170 , INA169 , INA225 Hello ,
I'm looking at the INA170 data sheet (high side current monitor, with offset current for bidirectional measurements).
I'm looking at page 4 of the data sheet (SBOS193D), at the middle…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA170 , TINA-TI Hi All,
I am having some trouble with setting the offset voltage for the INA170. this is what i have done...
So as stated the V+ pin is connected to +5v. This is also the input for the charge pump.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA170 Page 6 of INA170 datasheet, under OPERATION heading there are two equations. I want to know how to derive these two equations and I've tried them myself but cannot find a way to get the answer.
Can I please get…