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Datasheet Maxim MAX4073TAUT+T

Manufacturer:Maxim
Series:MAX4073T
Part Number:MAX4073TAUT+T

Low-Cost, SC70, Voltage-Output, High-Side Current-Sense Amplifier

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    MAX4073T/F/H
    Low-Cost, SC70, Voltage-Output,
    High-Side Current-Sense Amplifier
    General Description
    The MAX4073 low-cost, high-side current-sense amplifier features a voltage output that eliminates the need
    for gain-setting resistors making it ideal for cell phones,
    notebook computers, PDAs, and other systems where
    current monitoring is crucial. High-side current monitoring does not interfere with the ground path of the
    battery charger making the MAX4073 particularly useful
    in battery-powered systems. The input common-mode
    range of +2V to +28V is independent of the supply voltage. The MAX4073’s wide 1.8MHz bandwidth makes it
    suitable for use inside battery-charger control loops.
    The combination of three gain versions and a selectable external-sense resistor sets the full-scale current
    reading. The MAX4073 offers a high level of integration, resulting in a simple and compact current-sense
    solution.
    The MAX4073 operates from a +3V to +28V single supply and draws only 0.5mA of supply current. This
    device is specified over the automotive operating temperature range (-40°C to +125°C) and is available in a
    space-saving 5-pin SC70 package (half the size of the
    SOT23).
    For a similar device in a 6-pin SOT23 with a wider common-mode voltage range (0 to +28V), see the
    MAX4173 data sheet. Features
    ♦ Low-Cost, Compact, Current-Sense Solution
    ♦ Three Gain Versions Available ...

Manufacturer's Classification

Analog > Amplifiers

Docket:
MAX4073T/F/H
Low-Cost, SC70, Voltage-Output,
High-Side Current-Sense Amplifier
General Description
The MAX4073 low-cost, high-side current-sense amplifier features a voltage output that eliminates the need
for gain-setting resistors making it ideal for cell phones,
notebook computers, PDAs, and other systems where
current monitoring is crucial. High-side current monitoring does not interfere with the ground path of the
battery charger making the MAX4073 particularly useful
in battery-powered systems. The input common-mode
range of +2V to +28V is independent of the supply voltage. The MAX4073’s wide 1.8MHz bandwidth makes it
suitable for use inside battery-charger control loops.
The combination of three gain versions and a selectable...

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