Source: Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
The CTG Current Transducer is a Hall-effect sensor intergrated together with an output amplifier
Ohio Semitronics, Inc.rent Transducer is a Hall-effect sensor intergrated together with an output amplifier.
The CTG series offers a number of current range, outputs and sensor dimensions. Hall-effect current measurement is a non-contact technique that measures the magnetizing effects of current flowing in a conductor. This measurement type offers a number of benefits not afforded by conventional direct or contact (in-line) measurement. Some of these benefits are high electrical isolation between conductor and sensor output, high overload capability, fast response to input changes and no power consumption on measured circuit
- Accuracy of ±1% F.S.
- 5000 Volt line-to-output isolation.
- DC to 400 Hertz response.
- Sensor and amplifier in one package.
- Available in split-core configurations.
- Output is proportional in direction and magnitude to the current flow through the window.
- Overload capability to 10 times rating (at 60 Hz).
- Stability maintained during severe vibration.
- Models available to 5,000 A.
- Replaces shunts. No insertion loss.
- Response time less than 100 microseconds.
- Ideal for use on ac systems with dc components and/or chopped waveforms.
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