CURRENT CLAMP AC/DC 30A

Ref : CT-CLAMP-AC/DC

  • The current clamp is based on Hall effect technology for use in measurement of both DC and AC current.
  • It may be used in conjunction with multimeters, recorders and other suitable recording instruments for accurate non-intrusive current measurement.
  • For example, by using several of these current clamps, additional coil currents can be measured during closing/opening of contacts during timing tests.

MAIN ADVANTAGES

  • To measure AC and DC currents
  • To measure current with excellent accuracy
  • Excellent linearity
  • Low thermal drift
  • High bandwidth

BROCHURE

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Technical description
  • The AC/DC current clamp is directly connected to one of the analog inputs of the CB/CBA/CBV-X/OTM-X
  • Specified current range: 30mA to 30A DC, 30mA to 20A AC rms
  • Usable current range: 5mA to 30A DC, 30mA to 20A AC rms
  • Output sensitivity: 100 mV/A
  • Accuracy (at +25 °C): ± 1 % of reading ± 2 mA
  • Resolution: ± 1 mA
  • Load impedance: > 10 kOhms and ≤ 100 pF
  • Conductor position sensitivity: ± 1 % relative to center reading
  • Frequency range: DC to 20 kHz (- 0.5 dB)
  • Temperature coefficient: ± 0.01 % of reading/°C
  • Power supply: 9V Alkaline
  • Operating voltage: 300V AC rms ou DC
  • Operating temperature range: 0 °C to +50 °C (-32 °F to 122 °F)
  • Storage temperature range (with battery removed): -20 °C to +85 °C (-4 °F to 185 °F)
  • Operating humidity: 15 % to 85 % (non-condensing)
  • Weight: 250 g (.55 lb)
  • Safety standards: BS EN 61010-1: 2001 BS EN 61010-2-032: 2002 BS EN 61010-031: 2002 300V rms, Category III, Pollution Degree 2 – Use of the probe on uninsulated conductors is limited to 300V AC rms or DC and frequencies below 1 kHz.
  • EMC Standards EN 61326: 1997 +A1, A2, & A3