Piher Sensing Systems's wire mount open loop hall effect current sensor simplifies installation
Piher Sensing Systems, a leading provider of sensor solutions, announced the introduction of its new HCSO-1W open loop current sensor. The HCSO-1W is a high-accuracy sensor that is ideal for measuring AC and DC currents in battery management systems, industrial battery chargers and motor control applications.
Installing the sensor directly on the current-carrying conductor, without the need for additional hardware simplifies the installation process and reduces the risk of errors and downtime.
The HCSO-1W multirange transducer is based on Hall effect technology and generates a ratiometric analog output voltage signal proportional to the current flowing through the conductor. The sensor is available in a variety of current ranges and features a cable-mounting option for easy installation.
It can measure currents from ±25 A to ±1000 A in cables with diameter section up to 22,5 mm The sensor is easy to install and calibrate, making it a cost-effective choice for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
Piher’s Current Transducers have TMR and Hall-Effect current sensing capabilities rated up to 4kA. They exhibit better than ±3% (hall-effect version) and ±1% (TMR version) accuracy. The advanced non-linear temperature compensation mechanisms these sensors possess ensure that their accuracy is not affected by external temperature fluctuations.
All models can be tailored to customer’s needs.
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