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Old 9th April 2009, 01:24 PM   #1
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To the simple question “is it possible to diagnose the loss of a lamp out of xW ?” there is not only the kilis accuracy to consider. Considering the kilis accuracy will lead to consier something like 10 to 15% inaccuracy, when considering all possible missmatching in the system will lead to consider something like 25 to 35% inaccuracy. It will also lead to consider a shif of the typical value by 6 to 14%. In the example used in this application note, it is possible to detect the loss of a 27W bulb, out of 2x27W+5W with the BTS5241-2L, assuming monitoring the battery voltage.
Kilis, what is that? This word can't be found if you Google.
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Kilis, what is that? This word can't be found if you Google.

Current sense ratio, static on-condition,

kILIS = IL / IIS

See page 5 in the datasheet.



http://kr.ic-on-line.cn/IOL/datashee...0s2_371204.pdf
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Old 9th April 2009, 02:19 PM   #3
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Thanks! This was not a common word or expression I would say.
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