LMP8601MA/NOPB Texas Instruments, Current Sense Amplifier Single Bidirectional, Differential, Rail to Rail,

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Current Sense Amplifiers Analogue Output, Texas Instruments

Current and power measurement for real-time system protection, feedback control and high-accuracy system monitoring.

Current Sensing Amplifiers have a voltage output that is proportional to the volt drop across a very low value resistor, usually in a high-current power rail. Hence they measure the current flowing in that power rail.

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Power Supply Type Single
Typical Single Supply Voltage 5 V
Minimum CMRR 80dB
Number of Channels per Chip 1
Output Type Bidirectional, Differential, Rail to Rail, Unidirectional
Maximum Supply Current 1.3 mA
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOIC
Pin Count 8
Dimensions 4.9 x 3.9 x 1.45mm
Height 1.45mm
Length 4.9mm
Maximum Operating Supply Voltage 5.5 V
Minimum Operating Supply Voltage 3 V
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Width 3.9mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +125 °C
190 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each (In a Tube of 95)
2,91
(excl. BTW)
3,52
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
Per tube*
95 +
2,91 €
276,45 €
*prijsindicatie
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