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New 200A Current Sense Transducer For OEM Applications From Danisense

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Danisense, the leader in high-accuracy current transducers
for demanding applications, has announced the DC200IF, a highly accurate,
highly-stable 200A current transducer targeting system integration OEM
applications, that is around 40% lower cost than competing models. This enables
users to access Danisense's unique, double-core, balanced flux gate measurement
technology, at a very affordable price/performance ratio.

The DC200IF boasts excellent linearity (6 ppm) with a
maximum offset of 5ppm, equivalent to 1.5mA. The units provide DC and AC
current metering with +/- 0.1 absolute accuracy up to 5kHz. Devices feature low
noise and high immunity to EMC. DC200IF current transducers are compact and are
supplied with four industry-standard 6.3 x 0.8mm Faston connections.

Comments Loic Moreau, Sales & Marketing Director,
Danisense A/S: “Danisense is pursuing a strategy of giving access to high
accuracy current measurement to OEM power converter makers by offering our high
performance 200A current transducer at a very affordable price: high accuracy
has never been so accessible!”

The new, low cost DC200IF current transducers boost the
performances of OEM power converters for medical, precise power supply, battery
charger and accurate motor drives applications. Key applications include MRI
equipment, power supplies for magnetic fields in particle accelerator and
hadron therapy equipment, variable frequency drives, battery charger metering
and monitoring.

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