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Current Transducer 0-10A DC In, 0-10V DC Out, DIN Mount

Converts DC input current into a load independent output signal DC 0-10V. Can be used for monitoring the current in motor windings and with the 0-10V can be easily interfaced to our modules analog inputs. The current transducer features total galvanic isolation between input/output, high accuracy, low drifting by temperature, and wide temperature operational range.

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  • Code: DAE-8581-TDAHDC10ADC10V24V
  • Weight: 0.151 Kgs
Price: $68.30
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  • Input current: 0 to 10A DC
  • Output voltage: 0 to 10V DC
  • Power supply voltage: 24V DC (+/- 5%)
  • Accuracy @IPN, TA=25°C: 0.5%
  • Minimum input current for linear measurements: 20% of the maximum input range
  • Response Time: < 350ms
  • Current consumption: <50mA
  • Zero offset  , TA=25°C: 0.1mA
  • Operating temperature: -10..+70 °C
  • Storage temperature: -25..+85 °C
  • Mounting: DIN RAIL
  • Dielectric strength: 2.5kV (50 Hz / 1 min)
  • Window: Φ6.9/9 mm


Connection diagram


WARNING: The above schematic is for the new models, which are shipped currently. For the old models - please use this schematic. We strongly recommend to double check the schematic label on the sensor itself - in this way you will be able to determine which model you have - the old one or the new one.



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