INA206AID Texas Instruments, Current Shunt Monitor 14-Pin SOIC

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Current Sense Amplifiers (Analogue Output) with Comparator, 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.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type SOIC
Pin Count 14
Dimensions 8.65 x 3.91 x 1.58mm
Height 1.58mm
Length 8.65mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +125 °C
Width 3.91mm
Price Each (In a Tube of 50)
£ 1.921
(exc. VAT)
£ 2.305
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Tube*
50 +
£1.921
£96.05
*price indicative
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