Datasheet of MSA505,An Industrial Current Sensor

In this datasheet the reader can learn information like electromagnetic compatibility, technical specifications, dielectric strength, sensor technical specifications, output current, specifications, conductor, primary current, processing, industrial current sensors, magnetic field, and loop. This datasheet presents explanation regarding accuracy, temperature range, high currents, bandwidth, voltage, current sensors, current sensor, high galvanic isolation, current measuring range, signal, measuring range, and supply.

There are lots of explanation regarding current, response time, equipment, instructions, output, industrial environments, terminal, output signal, galvanic isolation, power, primary conductor, and connection are explained in this datasheet. Below are taken from the datasheet:

The industrial current sensors are based on compensating the magnetic field by a closed loop system. The MSA505 is used for the measurement of AC and DC currents with high galvanic isolation between the current carrying conductor and output of the sensor. The current sensor can handle pulsed currents. The MSA505 is especially designed for secure measuring of a permanent current up to 500 A. The current measuring range covers a bandwidth from -800 A to 800 A. Mors Smitt industrial current sensors are used to measure high currents in energy inverters for all kind of renewable energies (wind, sun, hydrogen, ocean currents, energy storage), AC variable speed and servo motor drives, uninterruptible power supplies, power supplies for welding applications. High currents are converted into linear low power signals.

In addition, this datasheet explains more about secondary output current, circuit, mounting, sensor, temperature, current measuring, response, industrial current, housing, supply voltage, and hall effect.

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