Honeywell offers a wide variety of current sensors to monitor alternating (ac) or direct (dc) current. From digital output detectors sensing a few hundred milliamps to linear sensors monitoring over one thousand amps, our comprehensive line provides superior performance at a reduced cost.

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CSCA-A Series.
ac, dc, and impulse currents
• Competitive cost/performance ratio
• Low power consumption • Compact size
• High level of electrical isolation between
primary and secondary circuits • Large
primary aperture • RoHS compliant • CE,
UL approvals
Based on the principles of the
Hall-effect wherein a Hall-effect device
(HED) produces an output voltage
linearly related to the amplitude and
phase of a magnetic field applied to it.
HED output is directly proportional to
the amplitude and phase of the primary
current. Potential applications include
variable speed drives, overcurrent
protection, ground fault detectors, current
feedback control systems, robotics,
UPS and telecommunication power
supplies, welding power supplies, battery
management systems, and wattmeters

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