The ISL28130ISENSEV1Z, ISL28133CSENSEV1Z, ISL28133ISENSEV1Z, and ISL28134ISENSEV1Z evaluation boards are designed specifically for low-side bidirectional current sensing up to 10A of current. The evaluation boards use a 1mΩ current sense resistor that is capable of handling 4W of power dissipation. These evaluation boards are separated into three categories: low cost (ISL28130ISENSEV1Z), low power (ISL28133CSENSEV1Z, ISL28133ISENSEV1Z) and low noise (ISL28134ISENSEV1Z).
The ISL28133CSENSEV1Z is designed specifically for low-side current sensing applications with up to 10A of current, while the ISL28133ISENSEV1Z uses the ISL28133 chopper amplifier in a high side, low side of floating supply current sense application.
- Low input offset voltage: 40µV, max
- Low offset drift: 150nV/°C, max
- Input bias current: 250 pA, max
- Quiescent current (per amplifier): 20µA, typ.
- Low noise (0.01Hz to 10Hz): 1.1µVP-P, typ.
- Single micropower, chopper stabilized, RRIO operational amplifier
- Low input offset voltage: 8µV, max
- Low offset TC: 0.075µV/°C, max
- Input bias current: 300pA, max
- Quiescent current: 18µA, typ.
- 5V ultra-low noise, zero drift rail-to-rail precision op amp
- Low offset voltage: 2.5µV, max
- Superb offset drift: 15nV/°C, max 250nVP-P
- No 1/f noise corner down to 0.1Hz
- Input noise voltage: 10nV/√Hz @ 1kHz
- 0.1Hz to 10Hz noise voltage
- Bidirectional current sense
- Temperature measurement
- Electronic weigh scales
- Medical equipment
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