Ohio Semitronics, Inc.

Ohio Semitronics, Inc. manufactures custom current sensors to match your specifications. Read more...

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Ohio Semitronics, Inc.

Benefits of Hall Effect sensors, the non-contact technique, includes high electrical isolation between conductor and sensor output, high overload capability, fast response to input changes and no power consumption on measured circuit. As for a high-speed rail application, the CTL is monitoring DC offsets to the AC signal. Read more...

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Ohio Semitronics, Inc.

OSI delivers ruggedized AC and DC current transducers to meet the MIL-SPEC requirements of multiple motorized military vehicle environments. As a result, OSI transducers are available in multiple packages, ranges and formats. Read more...

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Ohio Semitronics, Inc.

Examples of tailored solutions include transducers with extended frequency, expanded temperature ranges, and additional potting for shock and vibration protection to name a few. Read more...

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Ohio Semitronics, Inc.

The ISC series utilizes hall-effect technology, comes in a split core package, and meets the requirements of ATEX Directive 94/9/EC. Read more...

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The CTS-150 has switch-selectable input and output ranges. The unit accommodates change in load conditions without replacement and can minimize your spare parts inventory. Read more...

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A.H. Systems Inc.

Most Bulk Current Injection Test Procedures require the use of current probe calibration fixtures. Read more...

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A.H. Systems Inc.

Features
•1 MHz to 500 MHz
•Individually Calibrated
•Rugged Construction
•Split Type Clamp-on Design
•MIL-STD-461 CS114, CS115, CS116 Read more...

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A.H. Systems Inc.

These EMC Current Probes are designed to permit field intensity meters, spectrum analyzers, and other 50 ohm impedance instruments to measure quantitative magnitudes of current. Measurements can be made on single and multi-conductor cables, ground and bonding straps, shielded conduits, and on coaxial cables. Read more...

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A.H. Systems Inc.

This probe is capable of measuring pulse currents up to 100 amperes with wide operating frequency of 10 KHz - 150 MHz. Read more...

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