This current transducer measures up to 100 amps DC on a wire that passes through its window.
The CE-IZ04-35 series of DC transducers are a set of hall-effect based sensors that can measure the amount of current flowing through a wire simply by threading the wire through the sensor's window. You can thread the same wire through multiple times and divide the result by the number of times it's been threaded through in order to achieve higher resolution. This sensor can measure DC Current values from 0 to 100 Amps. You can convert from SensorValue with the following formula (SensorValue is equal to the return voltage of the sensor multiplied by 200):
Current (A) = SensorValue * 0.1
This sensor requires a ±12V power supply. You can use the 1145 – 5V to ±12V Sensor Adapter as a simple option to connect to a Phidget InterfaceKit.
This sensor connects to the 1145 - 5 to ±12V Sensor Adapter. The cable used to connect these devices comes with the 1145.
|Sensor Output Type||Non-Ratiometric|
|Input Current Min||0 A|
|Input Current Max||100 A|
|Current Measurement Resolution||100 mA|
|Measurement Error Max||1 %|
|Sensor Response Time Max||7 μs|
|Supply Voltage||± 12 V DC|
|Current Consumption Max||25 mA|
|Output Voltage Min||0 V DC|
|Output Voltage Max||5 V DC|
|Wire Window Size||23 mm|
|Operating Temperature Min||-10 °C|
|Operating Temperature Max||80 °C|