Split-Core DC Current Transducer
The model CT-4812 is a Hall-effect current sensor with signal conditioning in a single compact package. Halleffect current measurement is a non-contact technique that measures the magnetizing effects of current flowing in a conductor. Advantages of this technique include high electrical isolation between the measured conductor and transducer output, high over-range capability and fast response to input changes.
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Current: CT-4812: 0-400Adc
Over-Current: 10 X Rating
Scaling: 0-F.S. input = 4-20mAdc Output
Response Time: (to 90%) 500µs, typical
Standard: 24Vdc or ac ±10%
Instrument Current: 25mA + load current
DIELECTRIC TEST – Bare Conductor Through Window to Output: 3750Vac
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +60°C
Temperature Effect: ±0.025%/°C
Humidity: 0-95%, non-condensing
ACCURACY AND LINEARITY ±0.5% F.S.
- Sensor and Amplifier in one package
- Output is proportional in direction and magnitude to the current flow through the window. (ac input yields ac output, dc input yields dc output)
- Split core or Solid core configurations available
- Replaces shunts. No insertion loss.