The questions I have:
- Is the makeshift IC I use in the simulation a fair representation of the INA200?
- I assembled the circuit as shown in the picture (except for the current source and the LED) and I'm trying to get a response to prove that what I put together works but so far I was not able to see any response at the output (CMPout pin 6)
- If things start working the way I intend them to do, how can I tune the system to trigger at different current levels?
I'm currently trying to make a circuit which detects a raise in current using a shunt and an INA200.
Here is a picture of the circuit:
I was using a makeshift INA200 for the simulation.
After putting it all together I realised that the INA200 was not responding to any given input on pin 7/8.
The configuration I was using:
- 8V (Vs)
- connected to 3.
- connceted to 2.
- to 1N4148
- shunt high
- shunt low
Instead of the LED I was using a wire resistor and I was manually increasing the voltage to see if at any point the INA200 would trip and output ~7.7V but I was unable to do so (or to see it?)