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Last Post 07/21/2017 4:34 PM by  Stephanie Girard
CR5310-200
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Stephanie Girard
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07/21/2017 11:07 AM
    How will this transducer behave if there is some current ripple?

    The temperature rating is 50C. What is the maximum temperature this transducer will continue operating at?
    Tony Hodges
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    07/21/2017 1:17 PM
    Dear Ms. Girard,

    Thank you for your interest in our product lines. Current ripple will not affect a voltage transducer. Voltage ripple will be filtered according to the 250 mS response time or 4 Hz filter. The temperature rating is based upon where the unit goes out of spec, however operation can be expected up to 70C. Temperatures above that can be accomplished by specifying a CR5310-200-EH which is more “rugged” and has higher temperature grade components, but the temperature coefficient must be taken into account.
    Stephanie Girard
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    07/21/2017 4:34 PM
    Hi Tony,

    I'd like more information. Where can I find the specification sheet for CR5310-200-EH? Would you classify either CR5310-200 or CR5310-200-EH as automotive-grade?

    Thank you
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