New Hall Effect current sensor up to 1000 Amps for Renewable Energies

Barcelona, (PresseBox) - The continuous shortage on Hall Effect sensors in the market is generating big troubles on the industrial field and, of course, also in PV and wind inverters manufacturers.

In order to continue supporting our customers, Premo has successfully introduced a close loop 1000 Amps Hall Effect sensor mechanical and electrically equivalent to LEM LF-1005-S.

The new catalogue reference is HCT-1000LF.

Advantages and Key Characteristics:

- Excellent Accuracy ± 0.1%
- Very Good Linearity ± 0.1%
- Nominal current:1000 Amps
- Measuring current: ± 2000 Amps
- Transformation ratio: 1:5000
- Supply voltage: ± 15-24 Vdc
- Isolation: > 6000 Vac
- Bandwidth: DC....150kHz

By means of close loop solution the high accuracy and linearity is guaranteed keeping values as low as 0.1%. The current sensor allows overload capabilities with a measuring range up to ± 2000 Amps.

The current sensor is designed in order to meet the highest safety requirements and is fully isolated with plastic housing, meeting isolation values higher than 6000 Vac.

The product is completely sourced and produced in China and is currently available in 6-8 weeks. Samples and pilot orders from stock.

We encourage you to study the use of this new Hall Effect sensor in new or existing designs.

Download HCT-1000LF product datasheet: See more information in our web site: Request this product:

Premo Group

PREMO worldwide leading company designs, manufacture and supplies standard and custom made inductive components for the electronics market. Our wide range of products are RFID transponder coils, EMC filters, PLC accessories, planar transformers, current transducers, chokes, mainly for automotive, renewable energy and railways markets.

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