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    AC Current Sensor 50A/100A/400A/600A/1000A/1200A to 1500A

    5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews | Write a review
    Hall effect AC current sensors are non-invasive current sensors, with 1.0%FS accuracy, 1ms fast response time, 0-50A ~ 0-1500A measuring range, 4-20mA output signal, 12V/24V power supply, fixed installation, excellent linearity and strong anti-interference capacity. Open loop AC current sensors can be connected to AD, DSP and PLC directly. AC current sensors are now widely used for AC current measurement.
    SKU: ATO-CUS-AC1500
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    AC current sensor has measuring range of 50A/100A/200A/300A/400A/600A/800A/1000A/1200A to 1500A.


    Shipping weight 1kg
    Hole diameter * 20mm 40mm 55mm
    Measuring range of input current * AC 0-50A ~ 0-500A AC 0-200A ~ 0-1000A AC 0-500A ~ 0-1500A
    Output signal DC 4-20mA
    Zero offset current ±0.05mA
    Offset current drift ±0.04mA/℃
    Linearity ≤0.2%FS
    Power supply * DC 24V±10% or DC 12V±10%
    Accuracy 1.0%F.S.
    Response time ≤1ms
    Withstand voltage AC 2500V (between input, output and power supply)
    Work temperature -25~+70℃
    Storage temperature -40~+85℃
    Humidity ≤95%RH (no dew formation, no corrosive gas)
    Elevation ≤3500m
    Measuring method Split-core type
    Installation Screw fixation

    50A to 1500A AC current sensor dimensional diagram:
    Current sensor 50A/100A/500A/1000A to 1500A dimension

    Model Dimension (mm)
    W H D Φ (Hole diameter)
    M (Mounting)
    ATO-AHKC-EKDA 60 64 16 20 47
    ATO-AHKC-EKBDA 100 102 24 40 80
    ATO-AHKC-EKCDA 115 110 27 55 95.5

    50A to 1500A AC current sensor wiring diagram:
    Current sensor 50A/100A/500A/1000A to 1500A wiring diagram


    50A to 1500A Current Sensor Details

    Tips: 6 attentions for using AC current sensor

    1. When selecting an AC current sensor, it is important to note whether the perforating dimensions ensures that the wire can pass through the hole of sensor. For example, the hole diameter of 100A ac current sensor can be 20mm, 40mm or 60mm. According to the size of the wire to choose the minimum hole diameter is the most appropriate.
    2. When choosing a current sensor, pay attention to whether the application environment in the field has high temperature, low temperature, high humidity, strong earthquake and other special environment.
    3. When choosing a current sensor, pay attention to whether the spatial structure is satisfied.
    4. When wiring pay attention to the bare conductive part of the terminal, to prevent ESD impact as far as possible, it need professional construction experienced engineer to carry out the wiring operation of the product. The power supply, input, output of each connecting wire must be properly connected, not misplaced or reverse, otherwise it may cause damage to the product.
    5. Product installation and environment should be free of conductive dust and corrosion.
    6. Severe vibrations or high temperatures may also cause damage to the product, and attention must be paid to the use of the occasion.
    Existing reviews of AC Current Sensor 50A/100A/400A/600A/1000A/1200A to 1500A
    Can this current sensor solve my problem?
    Hello. I need a current sensor for a specific application. I need to measure accurately in the range of about 2mA-20mA, but in some conditions, the current may exceed 40A. I don't need to measure this huge current, but the sensor should not burn. Can this sensor solve my issue?
    From: Aldrich | Date: 30/08/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Unfortunately no, the maximum current can be passed by our current sensor can only be 20 times of the measuring range of the current sensor, with a maximum current passing time cannot exceed 1 second. If you get a sensor with a measuring range of 2- 20mA, the maximum current can pass through is 400mA within 1 second. So, our sensors can't handle the 40A current.
    Questions about current sensor
    I will be sensing motor current, 0-100mA DC. The motor will be reversing direction. What will happen when the polarity changes?
    From: Lvan | Date: 15/11/2021
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    ATO Responded
    Yes, for example, to measure -10A-0 & +10A-0, the corresponding output signal in the reverse direction will be 4-12mA (when measurement -10A-0), and the output signal in the positive direction will be 12 -20mA (when measurement 0-+10A).
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