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INTRODUCTION

The measurement of electric current strength is not always easy, especially when the measured signal requires further electronic conditioning. Simply connecting an ammeter to an electrical circuit and reading out the value is no longer enough. The current signal must be fed into a computer in which sensors convert current into a proportional voltage with minimal influence on the measured circuit. The basic sensor requirements are galvanic isolation and a high bandwidth, usually from DC up to at least 100 kHz. Conventional current measurement systems therefore tend to be physically large and technically complex.

The Universal Current Sensor Seminar Report

Page Length : 23

Content :

  • Introduction
  • Early Solutions
  • Magnetoresistive Sensors
  • Magnetoresistive Effect
  • Main Features
  • Working
  • Advantages
  • Measurement of High Currents
  • Applications
  • Current Sensors in Tomorrow’s Cars
  • Conclusion
  • References

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Product Name

The Universal Current Sensor Seminar Report

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183 KB

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DEPARTMENT/COURSE

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College, Semester, University

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Created By

Siddharth Vairagi (NIT Agartala)

Uploaded By

Aravind Gupta

Languages

English

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