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Select the right current sense technology for your high-voltage system

Learn about the design trade-offs to consider when selecting the right current sensing technology for your high-voltage design. Learn about these different technologies and considerations of accuracy, cost, need for external components, and more.

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Achieve consistent, accurate measurements over time and temperature. The TMCS1100 enables the lowest drift and highest accuracy over time and temperature while providing reliable 3-kVrms isolation, which is especially important high-voltage systems.

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1.5% Precision, Zero-Drift, Basic Isolation Hall-Effect Current Sensor

The TMCS1101 is an isolated Hall-effect current sensor that enables high accuracy, linearity, and temperature stability. A low-drift, temperature-compensated signal chain provides < 1.5% full-scale error across the device temperature range.

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TMCS1101 isolated Hall-effect current sensing evaluation module

This evaluation module allows the user to push the max operating current through the Hall-input side while measuring the isolated output with the TMCS1100, an isolated Hall-effect precision current sense monitor.

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Introduction to Magnetic Current Sensing

This video gives an introduction to magnetic current sensing, including: a comparison of direct vs. indirect sensing, review of Amperes law, and overview of different magnetic current sensing technologies.

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Introduction to Magnetic Current Sensing

This video discusses in-package magnetic current sensors, including how they work, benefits they bring to current sensing applications, and key application challenges such as isolation, magnetic interference, and thermally-limited current capability.

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Enabling Precision Current Sensing Designs

Learn how to benefit your system performance and control capabilities with ultra-precise, non-ratiometric Hall-effect current sensors

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Isolated magnetic motor control measurement

Improve the reliability, performance and feedback of your electric motor design with high-precision Hall-effect current sensors

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