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Part Number: AMC1100
While trying to use the AMC1100DWV as a current sensor I saw that in several units the output voltage while v_in = 0V exceeds +/-25 mV depending on the sample. ¿Is it OK? I am attaching the acquisition part of the schematic to take a look.
It looks like it is too much. but I would like to confirm that there is no bug in the schematic.
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In reply to kai klaas69:
BH is an internal designator to name a net tie for ground. It allows to tie to nets at a specific point in the layout. For the sake of this analysis it is just GND
In reply to Tom Hendrick:
It is not an actual short between the inputs. But VIN_P is connected to VIN_M thru ~12_Ohms.
Thanks in advance,
In reply to elmarto:
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