Electronic type current transformers or current sensors fall into 4 main categories, which depending on the core material, can serve various applications Read more...More Product Announcements from General Magnetics Corporation
The Simple Logger II products from AEMC are small data recorders with non-volatile, 240000 measurement memory. The new ML912 is a two channel AC current recorder powered by 2 alkaline batteries. The attached 6' Mini-Flex probes fit wires up to 1.77" dia. Read more...More Product Announcements from Weschler Instruments
The Current Transformer (CT) is used to sense AC current in single-phase or three-phase mains circuits. The CT typically has a 1A or 5A AC secondary that connects to a current, power or energy meter. This allows the meter to be located away from the mains wiring. CTs are available in a variety of sizes and styles, with standard ratios of 50:5 to 4000:5. Split core models easily re... Read more...More Product Announcements from Weschler Instruments
Our high frequency current sensors are fully encapsulated, conform to RoHS Requirements, and are ideal for SMPS Applications. Read more...More Product Announcements from General Magnetics Corporation
General Magnetics and has launched three new types of CT’s in order to take care of every application. Read more...More Product Announcements from General Magnetics Corporation
- Operating Frequency: 20 kHz. – 200 kHz.
- Ideal for SMPS Applications
- Fully encapsulated
- Conforms to UL94-V0
- Conforms to RoHS Requirements
- Rated load is that which results in 1 volt per amp output
Injection Current Probes are used to inductively couple large RF currents into conductors passing through their aperture. The conductors are signal, control and power circuits of equipment under test for conducted susceptibility or immunity. Read more...More Product Announcements from A.H. Systems Inc.
The A.H. Systems' line of Current Probe Calibration Fixtures are a great way to keep your broadband Current Probes, and Injection Current Probes calibrated and up to date. Their rugged design ensures long life, and faultless operation over the wide calibration frequency range of 10 kHz to 1000 MHz. Read more...More Product Announcements from A.H. Systems Inc.
Precision makes custom current sensors for your application, working with customers at every manufacturing level. Read more...More Product Announcements from Precision Incorporated
High Frequency Current Sensors from General Magnetics Corporation have an operating frequency from 20 kHz. to 200 kHz. Read more...More Product Announcements from General Magnetics Corporation