Part Number: AMC1301
I need help in the Design of Power Electronic Sensor Circuit without Hall Effect Transducer.
Anyone has the experience in doing it? I am using AMC1301 as part of my design.
Hope a kind soul would help me. Thank you very much!
Alex SmithApplications Engineer | Precision Delta-Sigma Converters
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In reply to Alexander Smith:
Thank you for getting back to me!
My project mainly uses 2 chips. AMC1301 as isolation amplifier and ISL28633 as instrumental amplifier. All in combined with a RC network to achieve a sensor circuit WITHOUT HALL EFFECT.
Hope you could enlighten me on some design tips pertaining to the information above. I would really appreciate it much.
In reply to Kuan Fong Lee:
My project aims to build a sensor circuit WITHOUT HALL EFFECT using AMC1301 as isolation amplifier and combined with RC network.
I hope you could enlighten me some design aspect on this sensor circuit.
In reply to kai klaas69:
Shunt Based Current Sensor with Low Profile and High CMRR
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