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Thread: Measuring Large (1A-7A) Currents ?
picon face BY : Harold Hallikainen email (remove spam text)

       Also have a look at National.  They have a new current sense chip (high
side and low side available) that measures 7 A.  It has an internal sense
resistor in the milliohms.  It outputs a PWM signal that is proportional
to the current (with 50% representing zero current and deviation from 50%
representing negative and positive current).  I'm looking at using it as
part of a "pwer tracker" for charging batteries from solar panels.


On Sun, 18 Apr 1999 10:47:15 -0400 "Larry G. Nelson Sr."
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