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    AC/DC Hall Effect Voltage Transducer 100V to 4000V, AC/DC 50mA Output

    $557.78
    Hall effect voltage transducer has a measuring range from AC/DC 100V/500V/1000V/2000V/3000V to 4000V, output signal AC/DC 50mA, work temperature -40~+85℃ and PBT shell. AC/DC Hall effect voltage transducer has good insulation character and hermetically sealed structure can be used in harsh conditions.
    SKU: ATO-VOS-ACDC4000
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    Delivery date: 15-30 days

    AC/DC Hall effect voltage transducer has measuring range of AC/DC 100V/500V/1000V/2000V/3000V to 4000V.

    Specification:

    Model ATO-WBV023TK08-SS
    Shipping weight 2kg
    Measuring range of input voltage * AC/DC 0-100V ~ 0-4000V
    Working range AC/DC 0-200V ~ 0-6000V
    Turns ratio of coil * 20000:1000
    Secondary coil impedance 55Ω
    Zero current offset ≤±0.2mA (Ip=0)
    Output signal * AC/DC 50mA
    Power supply * DC ±12V, ±24V
    Accuracy 0.5%F.S.
    Linearity ≤0.1%
    Load impedance 80Ω
    Response time ≤200μs
    Temperature drift of current offset ≤±0.6mA (-40~+85℃)
    Power consumption current 10mA+IM (measuring current)
    Isolation features Isolation between input and output, output terminals provides power supply
    Isolation voltage Between the primary and secondary circuit: RMS 12kV, 50Hz, 1min
    Work temperature -40~+85℃
    Storage temperature -55~+125℃
    Frequency band DC ~5kHz
    Mean time between failures >50000h
    Housing material PBT
    Wiring Terminal connection
    Installation Screw fixation

    Hall effect voltage transducer AC/DC 100V to 4000V dimensional drawing (unit: mm):
    Hall effect voltage transducer AC/DC 100V/500V/1000V/2000V/3000V to 4000V dimension
    Hall effect voltage transducer AC/DC 100V to 4000V wiring diagram:
    Hall effect voltage transducer AC/DC 100V/500V/1000V/2000V/3000V to 4000V wiring
    Tips: Attentions for using Hall effect voltage sensor

    1. When using the Hall effect voltage sensor, connect the secondary power supply first, and then connect the primary voltage.
    2. When measuring the voltage, the measured voltage should be connected in series with the current-limiting resistor. After the primary current specified by the voltage sensor is obtained, the primary side terminal of the voltage sensor is connected.
    3. The best accuracy of the voltage sensor is measured at the rated value. When the measured current is lower than the rated value, in order to obtain better accuracy, the primary side can use multiple turns, namely: Ip * Np = rated ampere turns.
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