Infineon Current Sensing Using Linear Hall Sensor

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Current Sensing Principles of Current Measurement High-Side Shunt Resistor The use of a high-side shunt simplifies the wiring since now the load can be connected directly to the common battery ground, which is often available locally, for example in the form of the car chassis in automotive applications.

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