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Signal Chain Basics #134: Methods to precisely measure high currents

Dan Harmon
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10/11/2018 2:41:36 AM
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Re: Another item for the high current sensing toolkit....
I've actually read a little bit about how some electric vehicles catch fire too easily because of the overload to the systems. If you think about it on a smaller scale and talk about rechargeable batteries, not very many people even know how to properly care for those and the batteries are overrun and overworked in no time. What more when it comes to such a glorifies appliance? I don't have high hopes for the future of electric cars unless we figure out how to better maintain its batteries!

Pesky Varmint
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3/20/2018 12:51:58 PM
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Another item for the high current sensing toolkit....

There is one other useful item for a high current sensing tookit, particularly suited for high gauge cables. The concept is really targeted at OEM's that could procure a purpose-built cable:

Jerry Steele

Applications Manager, ON Semiconductor

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