The portfolio of Current Sense Amplifiers from ON Semiconductor includes a variety of voltage output, current-sense amplifiers, and current-shunt monitors that can measure the voltage across shunts at common−mode voltages from −0.3 V to 26 V, independent of the supply voltage. These Current Sense Amplifiers minimize BOM space and allow for system flexibility. They are low-cost, highly accurate, power-efficient, and offer minimal impact to battery life. Applications include Power Monitoring, Power Adapters, LED Power Supply, Over Current Protection, Closed Loop Feedback Circuits and Feedback Control Loops, Current Sensing (High-Side/Low-Side), External AC-DC Merchant Power Supply, Wireless Communications, and DSC among others. The portfolio also includes AEC-Q101 Qualified and PPAP Capable options specifically engineered and qualified for automotive industry applications.
Standard Common Mode Amplifiers
ON Semiconductor's portfolio of current sense amplifiers with common mode voltage up to 26 V.
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Diagnosing Shunt Resistor Connection Errors. This blog is the first in a three part blog series where we will discuss how to make accurate shunt resistor connections for optimum performance with ON Semiconductor current sense amplifiers (CSAs), such as the NCS21xR series and the NCS199AxR series.
Making Accurate Shunt Resistor Connections. This blog is the second in a three part series on the topic of making accurate shunt resistor connections. Today, we are going to discuss shunt resistor design architecture and shunt resistor manufacturer’s typical recommended guidelines for connecting to their shunts.
Good vs Bad Shunt Resistor Connections. This blog is the last blog in a three part series on the topic of shunt resistor connections. Today, we are going to look at the shunt resistor connection of a PCB design and compare measurement accuracy data between a PCB with a good connection and a PCB with a bad connection.
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Current Sense Amplifiers: Remote Current Sensing Configuration
In this blog, we will discuss how to configure the NCS21xR and NCS199AxR current sense amplifiers so that they output a precision current. In some applications the system data readout board is remotely located from the circuit that monitors and measures the system current.
Current Sense Amplifiers: Input and Output Filtering
Filtering at the input or output of a current sense amplifier may be required for several different reasons. Today we will focus on implementing filter circuits with the NCS21xR and NCS199AxR current sense amplifiers when really small shunt resistors are used, 1 mΩ or less.