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Thread Starter jhmichael25 Joined Jan 30, 6. Hey everybody, I am just new in the forum, but I have spent many hours on it today browsing many interesting treads.
My curiosity for now is to IRC as I have never used one before. I need to build an ammeter to read from 1 amp to 25 amps. Since the IRC has a very low resistance, something like 0. Are you able to give me your view on this project, and maybe that you know of a schematic already build using IRC that you would like to share with me? I will be gratefull.
Scroll to continue with content. There are such animals as current sensing resistors that are much more suited to the purpose. The IRC is a hexfet power mosfet with 5 pins having 0.
I have never seen any circuitry with this N-Mosfet, I don't have any with me to experiment with and on the Master Database of the MultiSim is not in there on the library. I would love to simulate with but at this point iin time I can't do it. By the way do you know how to create this component on the MultiSim 10?
I did a Google search but I did not find any schematic circuitry with IRC, so I decided to come in in this forum believiing somebody will be able to put some lights on this If you go to the International Rectifier site, you will find circuits for using the integrated current sense feedback resistor for shut down. Look under their high-speed controllers.
And if that is more than you need, look at page 8 of the datasheet for the IRC In this context, "animals" means "components" or "circuit elements. You must log in or register to reply here. You May Also Like. Continue to site.
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