Built using the Renesas proprietary PR40 silicon-on-insulator (SOI) process, the ISL70100SEH and ISL73100SEH are trans-conductance amplifiers that monitor current using an external sense resistor and outputs a current proportional to the sensed voltage. The overall voltage gain is adjustable with a single resistor from the output to ground.
- Large current-sense resistor footprint (2512)
- Easy gain configuration using a single resistor
- Kelvin sensing for improved measurement accuracy
- High-side or low-side current sensing
- Battery monitoring
- Power management
- Motor control
- Command, telemetry and control systems
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|ISL73100SEHEV1Z||Mass Production||Renesas Electronics America||call||1||Radiation Hardened 40V Current Sense Amplifiers Evaluation Board||0||Call||-|
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