Voltage Sensor Price List
The application of sensors involves machinery manufacturing, industrial process control, automotive electronics, communication electronics, consumer electronics and special equipment. There are various kinds of voltage sensors, and based on the measuring principle can be divided into Hall voltage sensors, photoelectric isolated voltage sensors, electrically isolated voltage sensors, voltage transformers and so on. Voltage sensors are able to sense the measured voltage and convert it into a usable output signal. In a variety of automatic detection and control systems, voltage sensors often track and collect AC and DC voltage signals that change at high speed. The signals may be high voltage, high current, or weak power with poor load capacity. In these cases, it is necessary to use suitable voltage sensors to collect voltage signals that cannot be directly measured or mismatched, so as to obtain standardized and electrically isolated voltage signals. ATO offers a full range of voltage sensors with different measuring ranges at favorable prices.
|AC Voltage Sensor|
|AC 0-10V~0-500V||AC 0-10V~0-1000V||
3 phase AC 0-10V~0-500V
3 phase AC 0-100V~0-300V
DC 0-5V, 0-10V, 1-5V /DC 4-20mA,0-20mA
DC 0-5V, 0-10V,1-5V /DC 4-20mA,0-20mA
DC 0-5V/DC 0-20mA,4-20mA
|Power supply||AC/DC 85V~265V||DC 9V~36V||DC 12V±10%, 24V±10%||DC ±12V|
|DC Voltage Sensor|
|Measuring range||DC 0-100mV ~ 0-70V||DC 0-10mV ~ 0-1000V||DC 0-10mV ~ 0-1000V|
|Output signal||DC 4-20mA||DC 0-5V, 0-10V/DC 0-20mA, 4-20mA||DC 0-20mA, 4-20mA|
|Power supply||DC 12V, 24V||DC 12V, 24V||DC 9-36V|
|AC/DC Voltage Sensor|
|Measuring range||AC/DC 0-75mV ~ 0-500V||AC/DC 0-1500V ~ 0-2000V||AC/DC 0-100V ~ 0-4000V|
|Output signal||DC 0-5V, 0-10V/DC 4-20mA, 0-20mA||DC 50mA/AC/DC ±50mA||AC/DC 50mA|
|Power supply||DC 12V±10%, DC 24V±10%||DC 24V/DC ±12V, ±15V||DC ±12V, ±24V|
|DC Voltage Sensor for Bidirectional Voltage||DC Voltage Sensor for Ripple Voltage|
|Measuring range||DC ±50mV ~ ±1000V||DC ±10mV ~ ±1000V||DC 0-10mV ~ 0-1000V|
|Output signal||DC 2.5±2.5V, 5±5V/DC 12±8mA, 10±10mA||DC ±5V, ±10V||DC 0-5V, 0-10V/DC 0-20mA, 4-20mA|
|Power supply||DC 12V, 15V, 24V||DC 9-36V||DC 12V±10%, 24V±10%|
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Voltage measurement should be based on the specific situation to select the appropriate voltage sensor. The basic principles of voltage sensor selection are as following.
- The measured voltage range is a major basis for the selection of voltage sensors. Therefore, the sensor should have a suitable range of voltage measurement.
- There should be a wide-range frequency and a high-quality measurement accuracy.
- There should be a high input impedance. The input resistance of the voltage sensor is the additional load of the circuit under test. In order to reduce the impact of the measurement circuit access on the circuit under test, the sensor should have a high input impedance.
- There should be a high anti-interference capability. The measured voltage often contains some noise interference and other components that do not need to be measured.