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Hall-effect Current Transducer Suits Automotive, Industrial Apps

Sat, 06/12/2010 - 8:23am

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Hall effect current transducerMicronas has introduced its Hall-effect transducer CUR 3105 for applications such as battery monitoring e.g. in hybrid/electrical cars, DC-DC converters, start-stop-systems or metering systems. In combination with a flux concentrator, the CUR 3105 is able to measure currents in the milliampere range. Currents in the hundred Ampere range can be measured without flux concentrator using special conductor designs. The transducer is able to measure currents with a bandwidth of up to 1 kHz. The operating magnetic field range can be adjusted from ±30 to ±100 mT. Various programmable parameters can be set to adapt the output characteristics which are stored in the highly reliable on-chip EEPROM. The product is available in a SOIC8 package and in a solderable and weldable TO92UT package. A wide temperature range from Tj -40 to 170 °C, open-circuit detection, over- and undervoltage detection complete the characteristics of the CUR3105.

Micronas
41 44 445 3960, www.micronas.com
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