Isolated Open Loop Current Sensing Using Hall Effect Technology in an Optimized magnetic Circuit

Inside the paper the reader can learn info around techniques, current sensing techniques, output, closed loop, magnetic field, hall effect current, sensor, sensing, current, loop, loop topology, voltage, and coil. The paper contains discussion like sensing methods, device, sensing techniques, power consumption, current sense, current sense resistors, isolation, hall effect devices, galvanic isolation, power, circuitry, and errors.

There are many things related to current transformers, signal, basic topology, designs, current sensor, current sensing, sense resistors, magnetic, transformers, element, current carrying conductor, and current sensing methods are explained in the paper. The following are excerpted from the paper:

There are three rival technologies that are typically used for measuring current: sense resistors, Hall effect sensors and current transformers. Each have attributes that differentiate them on a cost versus performance scale. Galvanic isolation, ease of implementation, robustness and low cost are a few attributes that users demand when choosing a current sensor. Galvanic isolation is needed to protect the sensing device from potentially damaging high power signals (over-current spikes) and to minimize the power dissipated (and heat generated) by sense resistors.

Furthermore, this paper contains info such as cost, magnetic field strength, circuit designs, field, hall effect, open loop, magnetic circuit, circuit, hall effect sensors, accuracy, topology, and conductor.

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