Monitoring the current consumed in electronic systems has become critical as more functionality packs into tighter areas. Current-sense amplifiers (also called current-shunt monitors) are ideal for monitoring current consumption to maximize measurement accuracy. Achieving the highest possible accuracy requires making some key decisions with respect to device selection and system implementation. In this article, I’ll look at some of the key factors affecting current-measurement accuracy
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