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Publication Date: 02/1/2012
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Touchstone Adds New Analog ICs
Newly released analog IC.
Milpitas, CA — Touchstone Semiconductor is adding several new devices to its analog IC product families including the TS1100, the tightest offset, low-power current-sense amplifier available today. The TS1100 family of 1µA current-sense amplifiers reduce offset to 30µV, over 3X tighter than the closest competitor. The tight offset allows users to not have to increase power consumption in order to achieve improved accuracy. This cannot be done with any other low-power current-sense amplifier.
Also new are six current-sense amplifiers added to the company's Maxim alternate-source family — bringing the total to 15 alternate source analog ICs. The new current-sense amplifiers include the TSM9938H, TSM9938T and TSM9938W and the TSM9634H, TSM9634T and TSM9634W. They join the TSM9938F and TSM9634F to form a complete product family.
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