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Output High Voltage Error Budget Analysis for a Low-Power Current Sense Amplifier

Authored on: Mar 29, 2013 by Daniel Honniball

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Touchstone's TS1100 uni-directional current sense amplifiers consume a very low amount of supply current while also providing precise current measurements. This paper walks through the calculation process and demonstrates the accuracy of Touchstone's current sense amplifiers essential for battery powered applications.
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