We need to measure a device that working under different current consumption
0.1uA to tens of mA (60-100mA)
Do you have any recommendation for components that can help to measred such wide current range
In reply to Patrick Simmons:
In addition to Patrick's comment on the range of current measurement being difficult with a single shunt/amplifier, the low-end of the current you want to measure (0.1uA) is less than any of our current sense amplifiers can measure due to the bias current on the inputs pins of the device. For measuring this current level, you need to look at instrumentation amplifiers that have extremely low bias currents.
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