Part Number: INA2180-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA2180 Hi team, Good day. Can we use one channel of the INA2180-Q1 as a level shifter from 3.3V to 5V? Do we have a sample circuit configuration? Thank you in advance for your help. Regards, Carlo
Part Number: INA2180 Hi Team,
For current shunt monitors like the INA2180, if one of the channels were not used for some reason, should the unused amp be left floating, GND'ed, or shoudl it be configured differently?
Part Number: INA2180 Dear Team,
We have ordered TI P/N# INA2180A3IDGKR for 5# to one of our customer with having the order number 1836429 . Customer has accepted the order acceptance from TI but in status it is showing like "In process". S please help…
Part Number: INA2180 Hi, I'm close to cutting a PCB which uses your INA2180 product.
The product description describes it as a;
8VSSOP: 15 mm2: 4.9 x 3(VSSOP)
The datasheet indicates it is a 3x3 with 0.65mm pitch. Either way, none of these are VSSOP…
Part Number: INA2180 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI Tool/software: TINA-TI or Spice Models Hi Team,
Is it possible to receive an Altium schematic symbol and layout footrprint for the INA2180A4-Q1?
Thank you in advance for your support!
Part Number: INA2180 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA240 Hi team,
My customer is looking for a current sensing to detect an AC motor (220VAC side). Current is 0A - 2A.
If we want to do with shunt based, any recommendation? If we want to do it with…
Agreed you’ll have to use two devices for every DPDT relay.
If you can use shunt based current sense amplifiers, we have multi-channel options such as INA2180 and INA4180. Though these are based on different technology and have very different…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00639 , INA226 , OPA333 , ISO224 , OPA2180 , INA2180 , INA821 , INA111 , ISO1541 Hi,
I have a quirky academic device to design,
I will be be passing 0-150V at 1nA to 1mA through a piece of organic tissue.
I need to measure…
The INA2180 and the UCD3138 are in different teams from the INA826, and we would need to transfer this thread to the appropriate team. You also mentioned a current input ADC. If you're going to use a TI ADC that team would be the place to start…
Thanks for using our forum. We do have have plans to release the automotive qualified part by next February. However, it is possibly that we it ready as soon as late January. If your customer needs it sooner than that, we currently…