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What Kind Of Device Is A Current Sensor
- Jun 01, 2018 -

With the continuous development and upgrading of intelligent power grid, the current sensor has been constantly improved and improved in technology, design and utility, and metallurgy

Current measurement in chemical industry plays an important role. But many people still don't know what kind of device a current sensor is today

The expert of the leakage current sensor said:

What kind of device is a current sensor

Leakage current sensor

Current sensor is a kind of detection device, which can sense the information of the measured current, and can transform the information of the detected current into a certain rule

Electrical signals or other forms of information output required to meet the requirements of certain standards to meet the transmission, processing, storage, display, recording and other requirements of information

Control and other requirements.

A sensor is a general term for a device or device that can be measured as specified and converted to usable output signals according to certain rules, usually by sensitive elements

Components and conversion components. A sensor is a device that converts physical signals into electrical signals. In the past, physical signals were often talked about, and then other signals would come out

Now. Primary instrument refers to the field measurement instrument or base control meter, and secondary instrument refers to the use of primary meter signal to complete other functions, such as control and display

Instruments of equal function.

In addition, the current sensor is also an active module, such as hall device, operational amplifier and terminal power tube, all of which need working power supply, and there are also

Power consumption. Current sensors, also known as magnetic sensors, can be used in household appliances, smart power grids, electric cars, wind power, etc., in our lives

Many magnetic sensors are used, such as computer hard drives, compass, household appliances and so on.