Hall effect current sensors

This catalog gives you info about identification part number, electronic equipment, fastening torque, storage temperature, operating temperature, housing material, compensated current sensor, operating temperature range, temperature, resistance, current, recommended fastening torque, steel screws, and nominal secondary current. There are lots of things like measureable currents, galvanic isolation, mounting, current sensor, supply, rated impulse, delay, external magnetic fields, range, technologies, voltage, linearity, hall effect current, and offset are presented in the catalog.

Inside this catalog the reader can get explanation around primary current, temperature range, terminal, polution degree, current overload capability, compensated current, offset current, power supply, coil resistance, linearity offset current, cable, magnetic fields, applications, and secondary current. Here are some excerpt from this catalog:

For open loop sensors, the primary current‘s magnetic field is concentrated in a magnetically soft toroid. A Hall element that generates a voltage proportional to the magnetic field or to the current is positioned in the toroid’s air gap. The Hall voltage is amplified and delivers a mapping of the primary current as an output signal. One advantage of these sensors is the simple
design. The temperature dependency of the Hall element and the amplification (Offset and gain drift) influence the precision, however.

Additionally, the catalog explains info about effect, equipment, sensor, clamp terminal, supply current, impulse voltage, nominal power, accuracy, hall effect, storage temperature range, railway equipment, current measuring range, rated voltage, and delay time.

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