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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
P8205 Digi-Key Pulse Electronics Corporation Transformers SMT CURRENT SENSE XFMR
CR8320-1600 Digi-Key CR Magnetics Inc Transformers TRANSF CURRENT GP .22"OPENING PC
TT 50-SD Digi-Key LEM USA Inc Transformers TRANSFORM CURRENT 50A SPLIT CORE
CTX16-18294-R Digi-Key Cooper Bussmann Transformers TRANSF CURRENT SENSE 5A 8.25MH
53200C Digi-Key Murata Power Solutions Inc Transformers XFRMR CURR SENSE 10A 1:200 SMD
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  • Current-Sense Transformer Application Design Guidelines
    The standard for precise current measurement in instrumentation and other high reliability equipment applications has been the current sense transformer. They are accurate, easy to implement, and reliable under harsh environmental and thermal conditions. In electronic systems applications
  • Switch Mode Power Supplies and their Magnetics
    because of its size compared to the others, the Output Inductors, the Input Inductors and the Current Sense Transformer, each with its own important function.
  • Using Infrared Techniques for the Condition Assessment of Isolated Phase Bus Duct (.pdf)
    . Infrared technology is the best tool to identify significant problems with the isolated phase bus. This paper will discuss the differences between continuous and noncontinuous bus duct, as well as a perspective from an operational sense, what the infrared thermographer can expect to see.
  • Linear Regulated DC Power Supplies
    or the table below. When load leads are not too long and remote regulation is not required, simply connect the load to the output terminals marked +Vo or +Out and -Vo or -Out. Load leads must never be connected to the sense terminals. Open sense lead protection is built-in and straping the sense leads
  • UltraVolt HVPS Output-Current Monitor
    UltraVolt's high-voltage power supplies (HVPSs) have an output-current monitor (Iout Monitor), which allows the total output current of the HV multiplier to be monitored. Note, since the sense circuit is in the return path to the transformer, the current-monitor signal has a sign opposite
  • Ground-fault interrupters
    Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), also called earth leakage or residual-current circuit breakers, can sense leakage current to earth ground from live parts and interrupt the circuit automatically when leakage current exceeds a predetermined value. A core-balance protection device serves

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