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Mac_Kurosawa
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[Question] I understand that some versions of the TLE4971 are perceived to be capable of measuring a current of up to ±120A internally, depending on t... Show More
ChrisG
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Hello, I am performing an FMEDA and i need the FIT rate for the TLE4972 if it's possible. 

Mac_Kurosawa
Current (Magnetic sensor)

[Question]
Can this device be set to latch upon overcurrent detection?

dhruv1997
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I am working on one appliance project where I need to read the current from the load. So I have purchased TLE4971 current sensor kit with programmer u... Show More
Sa-khadem86
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Hello, What is the working voltage of the  TLE4972AE35S5XUMA1     Show More
Dense
Current (Magnetic sensor)

I would like to to a DFMEDA and need the FIT Rate of TLE4972 current sense device. Where can I find the FIT report for this?

shaun_pye
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The sensitivity settings and full-scale output voltage range define the maximum difference in magnetic flux we can measure between the two hall elemen... Show More
dhruv1997
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-> I have XENSIV magnetic current sensor programmer kit and TLI4971 evaluation board. I want to configure the current sensor by using GUI tool. So I h... Show More
nwernicke
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When using the software for the TLE4972 STD EVAL kit, the CUR SENSOR PROGRAMMER data pin (the one that goes to TLE4972 AOUT) drives what might well be... Show More
Decook1110
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When  will the  CUR SENSOR PROGRAMMER (SP004441438) and TLE4972 EVAL STD PCB  (SP005632136) units be available for order. They are on this page  I see... Show More
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Current (Magnetic sensor)

In this forum you can post your questions, comments and feedback about the XENSIV™ Current sensors, a sensor family which is using a hall-based technology in order to sense accurate and stable the current. Our Current sensors can be found in a variety of consumer, industry and automotive applications like traction inverters, industrial drives, photovoltaic inverters or battery disconnect systems. Here you can also find the links to the latest board pages, GitHub, documents, simulation tools and FAQs.