This part has a nominal 2.6 Vdc @ a current of 0 A, and a sensitivity of
32 mV/A nominal. So max Vout = 2.6 + ( .032 x 60 ) = 4.52 V. Note the min
Vout = 2.6 - ( .032 x 60 ) = .68. All nominal.
So Imeas = .032 x Vout + 2.6 ( This is your equation to calc current measured)
Using Vssa to Vdda as range setting for ADC, ADC buffer gain = 1,
should accomplish what you need.
Hi, This Hall sensor have a pre-process for sensing voltage, You would be good to use simple ADC. One thing I have to add, At the circumstance for the strong current sensing thats temperature is hot. It looks -30%, You might consider about that, If you needed, It's a good to a temperature correction by PSoC. And that mean need more one ADC for the temperature sensing. Thank you.
The sensor shows a T compensation block, and spec shows a drift of
.5 mV/C. But spec incomplete.
One A/.D with a mux will serve if you need external Tsense, but you will
have to get characterization data on T performance from vendor as there
is none in datasheet.
All depends on your absolute accuracy and linearity requirments, none addressed