The Hall Effect sensor is used where non contact current sensing over a wide input operating ranges with responsiveness to very high frequency inputs are critical design criteria. A Hall Effect sensor is particularly suited to measuring DC current and DC current pulses.
Application: Isolated, non-intrusive current or voltage sensing based upon the Hall Effect principle. The Hall Effect principal states that a magnetic field applied perpendicular to the current flow creates a proportional Hall voltage perpendicular to both. These sensors offer high accuracy, high primary to secondary isolation and an extended frequency detection bandwidth.
|Hall Effect Sensor – Open Loop: Accuracy ± 1.0%
|Hall Effect Sensor – Closed Loop: Accuracy ± 0.5%
|Hall Effect Transducer Products: Designed for integration with systems requiring either a mA or a voltage analog secondary signal output. A typical secondary analog signal output would be 4mA to 20mA, where 4mA is a primary signal of zero (0) and 20mA is the sensor rated primary input signal.|
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