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The magnetic current sensor component is used to measure DC currents in aircraft power supply systems. This device measures the strength of the magnetic field created around a wire carrying an electric current and uses this to determine the amount of current flowing in the conductor. Compared to traditional methods this method has the following advantages: a) Simple to apply b) Complete electrical isolation from the current being measured c) Current can be measured in any conductor, regardless of electrical potential relative to the measuring system. d) No need to cut the conductor to insert a current measuring shunt and introduce a possible point of failure. Current measurement can be performed over a large range with good range scaling abilities.
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