ACEINNA Launches New Current Sensing Article for Embedded Power Systems

How can current sensing technologies meet the challenges of advanced embedded systems? Modern current sensing technologies are used in a wide range of applications ā€“ from EV cars and ADAS systems to home appliances, telecommunications and server farms.
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Unique U-shaped architecture utilizes two side by side AMR sensors
Unique U-shaped architecture utilizes two side by side AMR sensors
ANDOVER, Mass. - Dec. 10, 2019 - PRLog -- ACEINNA Launches New Current Sensing Article for Embedded Power Systems

How can current sensing technologies meet the challenges of advanced embedded systems?


Modern current sensing technologies are used in a wide range of applications ā€“ from EV cars and ADAS systems to home appliances, telecommunications and server farms.

Andover, Massachusetts- Dec 10, 2019

ACEINNA today announced the availability of a new article for engineers involved in developing power management solutions for a diverse range of automotive, telecommunications and industrial applications.

Authored by Khagendra Thapa, VP Current Sensor Product for ACEINNA, this new whitepaper outlines the need for improved current sensor technologies, faster switching, and unique power requirements for Silicon Carbide & Gallium Nitrate power systems, as well as power for reluctance motors.  The white paper also explains what AMR (Anisotropic Magnetoresistive) technology is and discusses its advantages for current sensing versus other sensing technologies such as hall effect, transformers and shunt resistor.

"Integrated, AMR based current censors provides the best performance for the price in the industry," says Khagendra Thapa, VP Current Sensor Product for ACEINNA. "An AMR based sensor is especially valuable for applications where isolation is needed, due to its construction, compared to legacy methods."

Additionally, this article explains how a unique U-shaped current path architecture that utilizes two side by side AMR sensors is able to nullify external magnetic fields, providing the design engineer with a great deal more flexibility regarding the sensors placement on the end device.

This new Current Sensing article is available as a free download at https://www.aceinna.com/publicationDetail?id=5de71586f1ed1ecc47e6ceea

ABOUT ACEINNA

ACEINNA Inc., headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, provides leading edge MEMS-based sensing solutions that help our customers improve the reliability, cost, features, and performance of their end products and equipment. In 2017, ACEINNA was spun off from MEMSIC which is now a part of a public company.  ACEINNA has been developing MR based sensor and magnetic thin film manufacturing for 15 years. ACEINNA provides a proven technology platform with over 300M MR based electronic compass units that have been integrated into mobile devices, automotive and industrial applications. The company has manufacturing facilities in Wuxi, China, and R&D facilities in San Jose CA, Andover MA, and Chicago IL.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

ACEINNA Inc., One Tech Drive, Suite 325, Andover, MA 01810
Tel: 978-965-3200 Fax: 978-965-3201
Email: info@aceinna.com

Web: https://www.aceinna.com

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