Rohm offers low-loss contactless current sensor

December 31, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
Rohm offers low-loss contactless current sensor
Rohm Semiconductor has introduced to the marketplace what it claims is the industry's smallest contactless current sensor featuring minimum power loss.

The mimimal heat generation within the BM14270MUV-LB makes it suitable for industrial equipment and consumer devices such as battery-operated drones, solar power systems, and servers in data centers requiring high power.

The sensor consumes 0.07mA in a package of 3.5 square millimeters. Noise immunity makes shielding unnecessary and digital output from a built-in A/D converter reduces MCU load.

The BM14270MUV-LB is due to sample in January 2019 and be available in quantity in April 2019.

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