LTC1966 for AC Current Measuring

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Please let me know that how can I calibrate
LTC1966 RMS-to-DC Convertor IC for measuring
AC current by using CT x/5A.

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Have you followed the truly marvellous flowchart on page 9 of the ltc1966 datasheet?

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mnehpets wrote:
Have you followed the truly marvellous flowchart on page 9 of the ltc1966 datasheet?

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Yes dear I read the flow chart but flow chart says
"READ THE DESIGN COOKBOOK".

Where do I get cookbook?

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So, you are now going from a ZXCT1041 to the new chip?

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Yes dear I read the flow chart but flow chart says
"READ THE DESIGN COOKBOOK".

So, without even looking for the chip, I put "ltc design cookbook" into a Google search.

The very first hit was the datasheet for the LTC1966, in PDF form.

Opening that file, I told my PDF reader to look for "cookbook". The first hit was to the mention in the flowchart. The second hit is

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The user can select this capacitor depending on frequency range and settling time requirements, as will be covered in the Design Cookbook section to follow.

A couple more Find Next and

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applicaTions inForMaTion

DESIGN COOKBOOK

The LTC1966 RMS-to-DC converter makes it easy ...


sheesh.

You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.

I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.