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Thank you for the skull for my CBDB Evo - ESP8266 Learning / Development Board project.
After going thru different discrete and integrated options, TI INA213/14 was the perfect choice for CBDBv2 EVO current reading capabilities! With a decent quality and well sized Shunt resistor it's the best on it's class.
One of the projects already developped wih CBDBv2 EVO, the BMS (Battery Monitor System) it's a very good example of usage:
PS: it's a pity that it's no more possible to obtain samples from TI to develop new projects and applications that will be shared to the world...I was looking at some ADC/DAC's but request rejected as being not a Company nor Uni.
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