Part Number: INA293 Hi, Good day. I hope everything is fine. Our customer is designing around INA293 and they want to know if it would be allowed to use its output voltage to drive an ADC and a comparator simultaneously. Thank you and stay safe always. Regards…
Part Number: INA293 Hi Ti.
I've checked related article like this, but not sufficient.
I want to detect 1MHz AC Current using INA293.
as you know, this IC can only detect…
Part Number: INA293 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA240 Hi,
I need to sense current bidirectionally (in and out of a battery). I had been planning to use the INA240 with it's reference pins biased to mid-supply, but I'm attracted to the INA293, which…
Part Number: INA293-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA240 Hi team，
INA293-Q1 is a uni-Directional device.
May I know how to configure INA293-Q1 to Bi-Directional Circuit by adding some biased voltage or REF? Like INA240 intenal block.
Part Number: INA293-Q1 Hi,
in the datasheet the status is listed as active. However on your Website it is listed as preproduction. I would appreciate info on which of these two true, and if possible info on when the device will be available.
Part Number: INA293-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA195 , INA293 Hi,
I intend to use INA293A3QDBVRQ1.
I want to ask a question:
Now I’m using INA195 and in the datasheet the gain error is declared 20mV<
I want to use INA293 but I can’t tell…
Where in the design is the customer implementing the device? Are they performing high side, low side, or in line sensing? This will have a lot of bearing on potential alternate recommendations. That said, the INA240 is going to be hard to beat…
I don't know if this will work because the INA193 has an Absolute Max VCM rating of 80V so it could break if exposed to a VCM>80V. Because of this I would recommend using the INA290+INA293 (or INA280+INA281, which are cheaper, but less accurate…
Part Number: LMP8640 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: INA293 , INA281 Using Spice model found on the forums, the output decreases as the load is decreasing around and below Rsense.
Hereafter is the simulation schematic and a plot at Rload=Rsense: