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INA260: Help to check INA260 accuracy

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Part Number: INA260

HI Team,

Per checking the data sheet, I saw the DC accuracy information from spec as below. 

So INA260 can guarantee accuracy great then 0.5%, if my end device working at condition = 12V and 3.3V @2A right?

Any test report can let us reference?  

 

  • Hello Helios,

    Thanks for reaching on the forum.  Yes, for that supply,common mode, and current we guarantee an accuracy of 0.5% or better.  As for the data verifying it, we should have it.  However, I do not think that is something we can typically share on a public forum.  Is your customer observing something that deviates from our specification? 

    Best Regards,

    Patrick Simmons, TI Sensing Products Applications Support

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  • In reply to Patrick Simmons:

    Hello Helios,

    It's been a week since your post, so I hope your issue has been resolved. If you still need help, please reply with answers to Patrick's questions so we can continue to assist you.

    Best regards,

    Ian Williams
    Applications Manager
    Current Sensing

  • In reply to Ian Williams:

    Hi Ian,

    Thanks for following up. I will contact you by mail for further discussion.

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