|Wiring type, standard guide rail + flat screw fixing
A current transducer is a type of sensor that is used to measure electric current in a circuit. It works by converting the electric current into a proportional output signal, which can be used for various purposes. The output signal can be a voltage, current, or digital signal, depending on the type of current transducer.
Current transducers are used in a wide range of applications, including power electronics, industrial automation, energy management, and renewable energy systems. They are used to monitor the current flowing in power circuits, to protect electrical equipment from damage caused by overcurrents or short circuits, and to control the operation of electrical devices.
For example, in an industrial process control system, a current transducer might be used to monitor the current flowing through a motor or a heating element, and use this information to control the speed or temperature of the process. In a renewable energy system, a current transducer might be used to monitor the output current of a solar panel or wind turbine, and use this information to optimize the system's performance.
Current transducers are available in a variety of types, including Hall effect sensors, Rogowski coils, and shunt resistors. The choice of transducer depends on the specific application and requirements of the system being monitored. Proper installation and calibration of the current transducer is important to ensure accurate and reliable measurements.