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Part Number: INA326
I'm trying to simulate with TINA FIGURE 16. Programmable ±5mA Current Source. of INA326 datasheet
Recreating the file
It simulates well +5mA to 0mA , but the curve is flattedned to 200uA from 2.5 to 5V ... MAybe an issue with the INA326 model ?
How can I simulate to obtain -5mA ?
thanks in advance
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In reply to jean paul guarrera:
yes, I have the same problem with the simulation.
Thank you for your post, I can help you.
There's nothing wrong with the model, the circuit is incorrect. When VDAC is greater than 2.5V, the voltage seen at the inverting node of the INA is beyond the supplies. That is why you see it flattening as it rails. In order to get this to work, I have 2 options for you:
Here are the TINA files for each option:
INA326 Programmable current source.TSC
INA826 programmable current source.TSC
-Tamara Alani Learn more about IAs here.
In reply to Tamara M Alani:
One more thought!
If you want to stick with the INA326 and need VDAC to be 0V to 5V, then you can divide down the VDAC output to 0 to 2.5V with a simple resistive divider:
INA326 Programmable current source (2).TSC
as recommended by you:
Can you please correct figure 16 of datasheet?
In reply to kai klaas69:
Perfect ! Thanks a lot for your great support !
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