Rohm offers low-loss contactless current sensor

December 31, 2018 // By Peter Clarke
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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