The Allegro ACS72981 has a 250 kHz bandwidth analog output with a <2 µs response time. This response enables overcurrent fault detection in safety-critical applications and makes it ideal for motor control, load detection and management, power supply and DC-to-DC converter control, as well as ...
The ACS772 is an automotive-grade, 200kHz Bandwidth Current Sensor IC in Allegro’s priority CB package. It offers a wide current sensing range (50A to 400A) and very low power loss achieved by the 100 μΩ internal resistance of its conductive path.
This application note describes multiple methods for measuring and characterizing system bandwidth, with a focus on the impulse response method. Allegro’s ACS720 is the perfect device to validate the test methods outlined here.Learn More
Closed-loop current sensing technology is employed in many industrial and automotive applications for accurate current sensing. By employing proprietary packaging techniques and advanced integrated algorithms in a single monolithic, fully integrated current sensor IC, Allegro MicroSystems has ...Learn More
Apr 09, 2019
Allegro MicroSystems, a global leader in power and sensing solutions for motion control and energy efficient systems, is pleased to offer a new family of automotive AEC-Q100 qualified, monolithic Hall effect current sensor ICs. Small and energy efficient, the ACS71240 family is ideal for electric ...Learn More