Open-loop Hall effect current sensor SCY6R-50A

open-loop Hall effect current sensor
open-loop Hall effect current sensor
open-loop Hall effect current sensor
open-loop Hall effect current sensor
open-loop Hall effect current sensor
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open-loop Hall effect
Electrical characteristics
Other characteristics
split-core, through-hole, bipolar, high-accuracy
Primary current

50 A

Max.: 300 A

Min.: 50 A


SCY6R Series is a electric open-loop current sensor develops on hall effect principle. There is galvanic isolation between primary and secondary circuit provides accurate electronic measurement of DC, AC or pulse currents. Dual supply +/- 12 V. The SCY6R series measure the current flow in a wire/cable with a current range from 50 to 500 amps and voltage output ±5V. SCY6R comes with a harness connector, wire connector directly soldering into sensor PCB and provide a stable output signal when measure. The wire connector model: BD-04AFMM-QL8D01, by manufacturer Amphenol LTW. Instructions Round perforation ø20mm, the up and down is openable, so much easy installation. The harness is waterproof IP 67. Sensor can work in out-door without problem. Advantages: High accuracy, good linearity and fast response. Additional: SCY6R Series current do model SCY6R-50A, we also can do model SCY6R-100A, SCY6R-200A, SCY6R-300A. To provide you the more accurate models and prices, please describe more information about your requirements: Your Requirements * (please describe your requirements considering such as): 1.Type of Applications or Market 2.Type of Sensor needed (either product name or functional description) 3.Quantity of samples needed 4.Quantity of sensor needed in a 1-3 years production cycle )


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