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Analog Circuit, 1 Func, BICMOS, PDSO8, SOIC-8

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Q: How do I connect an ACS712 to Arduino?

    A: The ACS712 Current Sensor is a cool little device for making current measurements. Better, its really easy to use with an Arduino. In this sample project, I’ll show you just how easy it is to connect up, program and put to immediate use.An ACS712 Current Sensor Module – I chose to use the 5 amp version. There are 20 amp and 30 amp versions also available. If you’re not all that familiar with this module, you can read my online user manual. If you don’t have one of these modules and think that you may want one, you can try these links. It will only set you back a few dollars. more

  • Q: How do I get started with an ACS712 current sensor?

    A: The ACS712 Current Sensors offered on the internet are designed to be easily used with micro controllers like the Arduino.These sensors are based on the Allegro ACS712ELC chip.These current sensors are offered with full scale values of 5A, 20A and 30A.The basic functional operation of each of these devices is identical. The only difference is with the scale factor at the output as detailed below. more

  • Q: Where can I find ACS712 Arduino code examples?

    A: The ACS712 is a handy little current sensor from Allegro MicroSystems for low to moderate current sensing applications. SparkFun offers two flavors of breakout board, one with just the sensor and another with an on-board amplifier to increase the sensitivity. The ACS712 sensor uses a Hall effect sensor to output a voltage relative to the current flowing through the IP+ and IP- pins. The advantage of using a Hall effect sensor is that the circuit being sensed and the circuit reading the sensor are electrically isolated. This means that, although your Arduino is running on 5V, the sensed circuit can be operating at higher DC or AC voltages! more

  • Q: How can I use the ACS712 to measure AC current?

    A: In most cases, an expression of AC current will be in a value known as RMS. In order to use the ACS712 current sensor to measure AC current, it is important to understand how to calculate an RMS current value from the device readings.The formula that is applied here is very basic and is right out of any basic electricity or electronics manual. more

  • Q: How do I connect the the ACS712 to the ESP8266?

    A: Because of the very cheap ACS712 Current Sensor Board modules available all over the place, I really think that everybody heard about ACS712 sensor from Allegro MicroSystems.As I was asked if “Can be used as a current sensor module for our ESP8266 Projects without too much hustle?”, I ordered few of them and let’s explore them for the answer. more

  • Q: How does the ACS712 current sensor work?

    A: Sensing and controlling current flow is a fundamental requirement in a wide variety of applications including, over-current protection circuits, battery chargers, switching mode power supplies, digital watt meters, programmable current sources, etc. One of the simplest techniques of sensing current is to place a small value resistance (also known as Shunt resistor) in between the load and the ground and measure the voltage drop across it, which in fact, is proportional to the current flowing through it. more

  • Q: How do I use an ACS712 with Raspberry Pi?

    A: The ADC Pi can also be used with the ACS712 range of current sensors to read AC or DC current. The code sample from our GitHub page will allow you to read the 30 amp version of the ACS712 sensor and display the current flow which is updated every second. more

  • Q: Where can I buy an ACS712 Sparkfun breakout board?

    A: This is a breakout board for the fully integrated Hall Effect based linear ACS712 current sensor. The sensor gives precise current measurement for both AC and DC signals. Thick copper conductor and signal traces allows for survival of the device up to 5 times overcurrent conditions. The ACS712 outputs an analog voltage output signal that varies linearly with sensed current. The device requires 5VDC for VCC and a couple of filter capacitors. Please keep in mind that though the ACS712 is rated for 2.1kV isolation, the PCB it is on is not designed for that type of voltage. Please keep that in mind if you are using this breakout in high voltage applications. more

  • Q: How do I measure an ACS712 DC current?

    A: In this tutorial i am going to measure DC current using Acs712 Hall Effect-Based Linear Current Sensor. I am going to measure current precisely. I have gone through various blogs on internet and all of them are measuring current with formulas that are not precise. I will be defining the best method and precise formula generation for measuring the current. I will define each and every step thoroughly and deeply with logic. Project Code is open source and you can download and modify it according to your needs. For this post/tutorial/project i am going to measure only dc current. more

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