Micom_Electric/전기전자 2011. 7. 18. 15:17


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Traditional High-Side Monitor

Until recently, the many implementations of these two approaches were based on discrete components or semidiscrete circuitry. In their simplest form, such high-side monitors require a precision op amp and a handful of precision resistors. One common approach for high-side measurements has been the use of the classic differential amplifier, which is employed as a gain amplifier and a level shifter from the high side to ground (Figure 4). Though widely used, this discrete circuit has three major disadvantages:
  • Input resistance (equal to R1) is relative low.
  • Inputs usually exhibit a large difference in input resistance.
  • Resistors must be very well matched to obtain an acceptable common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR): A 0.01% deviation in any resistor value lowers the CMRR to 86dB, a 0.1% deviation lowers it to 66dB, and a 1% deviation lowers it to 46dB.
High-side current monitoring, the state of the art in current measurement, is forcing the development of a number of new integrated circuits for that purpose. Low-side measuring, on the other hand, has not driven many new, interesting ICs.

Figure 4. The differential amplifier is a basic component in high-side current measurements. 
Figure 4. The differential amplifier is a basic component in high-side current measurements.
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