Current Sensing-Introduction

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Product Description The “clamp-on” current sensors are particularly useful for easy and safe installation. They are installed straightforwardly onto a wire going into the electrical load without the need to do any high voltage electrical work. The current sensor consists of a Melexis Hall Sensor (MLX91208) and a patented ferromagnetic structure packaged in a robust plastic housing. This non-invasive current sensor (also known as a “split core” or “cable-clamp” ) can be clamped around the supply line of any electrical load to tell you how much current is passing through it. It monitors the magnetic field around a current-carrying conductor and outputs a voltage proportional to the current. The clamp-on current sensors measure loads from +/-5 Amps to +/-230 Amps which makes it great for building your own energy monitor to keep your power usage down, or even building an over-current protection device for an AC load. PDF Downloads: Product description CO-4-1.2-30-L Product description CO-4-1.2-75-H Product description CO-10-1.2-150-V60 Product description CO-10-1.2-230-V40 Magnetic Characteristics AC and DC current measuring Motor control, over-current protection or DC Battery current monitoring Solar power junction boxes, smart junction boxes, lighting equipment, air compressor, water pumps E-mobility, charging stations, power management, state-of-charge

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Current Sensing-Introduction

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Current sensing or measurement is required for revenue generation or feedback control mechanism or monitoring. Current can be measured by a Hall Sensor with Flux concentrator logic, Shunt logic, Current Transformer or Rogowski Coil.

Modules are integrated assemblies incorporating flux concentrators, Shunts, Hall Sensors, Temperature sensors, CAN and IOT.


Flux Concentrators


Current Transformers


Current sensing is widely used in industries like EV/HEV,Renewable Energy, Aerospace, Defence, Medical, Safety, Energy meters.