SSET Hall Effect Current analog Transducer type CE-IZ04-35E5 Can be used for measuring DC currents upto 500A and small current upto 10A with power supply 12V and output 0~5V
-light in weight
-less power consumption
-electrically isolating the output of the transducer from the current carrying conductor
-no insertion loss
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Frequency conversion timing equipment, various POWER SOURCE, UPS, electric welding machine, transformer substation, numerical control machine tool, electrolyzing equipment, electroplating equipment, electric powered locomotive, microcomputer monitoring, electric power net monitoring.
1. Connect the terminals of POWER SOURCE, outputs respectively and correctly, never make wrong connection.
2. Two potentiometers can be adjusted, only if necessary, by turning slowly to the required accuracy with a small screwdriver.
3. The best accuracy can be achieved when the window is fully filled with bus-bar (current carrying conductor).
4. The in-phase output can be obtained when the direction of current of current carrying conductor is the same as the direction of arrow marked on the transducer.
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