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Last Post 07/24/2018 11:36 AM by  Even Chu
DC Current Transducer transient protection
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Joel Huang
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04/05/2018 1:19 PM
    I am looking at the CR5200 Series datasheet and I cannot find any information on the voltage transient
    tolerated in the input current line. We currently use the 936 Series from AAC which specifies
    500V/uS voltage tolerance. Is there a spec for the CR5200?
    Thank you.
    Tony Hodges
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    04/06/2018 12:37 PM
    Dear Sir,

    Thank you for your interest in our product lines. Currently, we do not list the transient protection in our catalog specifications. I can check with our Engineers about adding the specification if it is absolutely necessary?
    Even Chu
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    07/24/2018 11:36 AM
    Hi...i am a new user here.I use an old ac-output wall-wart transformer for this purpose. These are a dime-a-dozen at garage sales around here. I have even broken off the plastic case and used just the transformer to get rid of the rectifier in a DC output wall-wart.Lightly loaded by just a measuring circuit, these make an ideal line-voltage measuring method. If you are going into a micro ADC, you can put an opamp precision full-wave rectifier between the low-voltage secondary and the ADC input.
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