A current sense amplifier is an integrated circuit differential amplifier that senses the voltage developed across a current shunt and outputs a value proportionate to the measured current. Current sensing is a critical feature in a wide range of products, including industrial automation, telecom infrastructure, portable appliances, and battery-powered gadgets.
The demand for high-power converters and fast, accurate current sensing is steadily increasing.
The Europe Current Sense Amplifiers Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
STMicroelectronics has released three precision high-voltage bi-directional current-sense amplifiers that include a Shutdown pin for maximum energy conservation. The TSC2010, TSC2011, and TSC2012 amplifiers also allow designers to use lower value sense-resistors to reduce power dissipation.
The gain range — 20V/V for the TSC2010, 60V/V for the TSC2011, and 100V/V for the TSC2012 — allows for the creation of precise current measurement, overcurrent protection, current monitoring, and current-feedback circuits for a wide range of industrial and automotive applications. Data acquisition, motor control, solenoid control, instrumentation, test and measurement, and process control are some of the applications.
The amplifiers’ bidirectional feature aids designers in reducing their bill of materials by allowing a single sensing circuit to measure current flowing in both directions. element14, an Avnet Community, has announced a new hands-on competition with Maxim Integrated in which community members are challenged to experiment with the MAX40080, a high-precision, fast-response, bi-directional digital current-sense amplifier.
Current sensing amplifiers (CSAs) from Maxim Integrated are designed for a variety of applications, including overcurrent protection and power monitoring system optimization without sacrificing measurement precision.
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