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Bergoz Current Transducer, DC/AC, IPCT 
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IPCT The IPCT is a High Sensitivity Current sensor operating as a “closed-loop” Direct Current Transducer (DCCT) operating with a  flux-gate zero-flux detector. A feed-back loop maintains the magnetic core of the Transducer at zero-flux by generating a “compensation current” through a “compensation winding” on the Transducer magnetic core. The IPCT output is the voltage developed by the feedback current or "compensation current" through a precision "burden" resistor internal to the IPCT.




Other models for "low current" DC measurement NPCT

Features
Applications
  • Full scale range from ± 1 mA to ± 5A
  • Flat response from DC to 4 kHz
    (depending on range)
  • 10 µA rms resolution on any range
  • ± 10 V analog output
  • Large aperture 82 mm
  • Accuracy independent of primary
    conductor position
  • Recovers from very high overload and
    inrush currents and has been tested
    to over 100kA for 10µsec
  • Increased sensitivity with multiple
    primary turns
  • Excellent long-term stability
  • Return ground currents, DC and AC
  • Leakage current, DC and AC
  • Common mode current, DC and AC
  • Predictive monitoring of high
    voltage insulator and surge arrestor
    leakage
    current
  • Sum of low currents
  • Small difference of high currents
  • Low current at high voltage
  • Power and x-ray tube electrode currents
  • Electrostatic corona discharge
  • Electrochemical and corrosion currents in pipes
  • Standby systems charging currents
 
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