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MCP3905A Energy Meter Evaluation Board

Part Number: MCP3905EV

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The MCP3905A Evaluation board is designed (using the new MCP3905A device) to test out a variety of energy meter designs. On the input side high voltage line and load AC-plug headers are included, along with mounting holes for shunts, current transformers, and screw-type connections for wiring. On the output side a large prototype area is included along with optical isolation and a standard PICtail View More

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Product Features

    • Uses the new MCP3905A device
    • Evaluation system for a variety of energy meter designs
    • Easy connection to line and load experiments with AC plug and screw-type connections
    • PIC demonstration board connections (PICtail) with optical isolator
    • On-board power supply circuitry for power-supply evaluation and experimentation
    • Resistive network with mechanical potentiometer for calibration experimentation
    • Jumpers for gain and frequency selection

Summary

The MCP3905A Evaluation board is designed (using the new MCP3905A device) to test out a variety of energy meter designs. On the input side high voltage line and load AC-plug headers are included, along with mounting holes for shunts, current transformers, and screw-type connections for wiring. On the output side a large prototype area is included along with optical isolation and a standard PICtail header for experiment with a variety of PIC-based energy meter designs.

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The MCP3905A Evaluation board is designed (using the new MCP3905A device) to test out a variety of energy meter designs. On the input side high voltage line and load AC-plug headers are included, along with mounting holes for shunts, current transformers, and screw-type connections for wiring. On the output side a large prototype area is included along with optical isolation and a standard PICtail header for experiment with a variety of PIC-based energy meter designs.