SeeedStudio Non-Invasive AC Current Sensor (30A Max)

SeeedStudioSKU: RB-See-113
Manufacturer #: 101990028

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Description

  • Non-invasive AC current sensor (30A max)
  • Output mode: Voltage/1V
  • Opening size: 13mm x 13mm
  • Leading wire: 1.5m

This is the SeeedStudio Non-Invasive AC Current Sensor (30A Max). It is a non-invasive current transformer. Use this sensor clip to build your own personal energy monitor. It is suitable for the current measuring monitoring and protection of AC motor lighting equipment, air compressor and so on. It is made with Ferrite core material and it's opening size 13mm x 13mm meets your requirements.

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SeeedStudio Non-Invasive AC Current Sensor (30A Max)

  • Opening size: 13mm x 13mm
  • Non-linearity +/- 3% (10%-120% rated input current)
  • 1.5m leading wire, Ø3.5 three core plug standard output
  • Current output type or Voltage output type: Voltage output type built-in sampling resistor
  • Core material: Ferrite
  • Mechanical strength: The number of switching is not less than 1000 times (test under 20ºC)
  • Safety index: Dielectric strength (between Shell and output) 6000V AC/1min
  • Fire resistance property: in accordance with UL94-VO
  • Working temperature: -25ºC - +70ºC

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Kenneth
accurate, easy to use

I needed a means to monitor my new heat pump, specifically to know when it was more economical to switch to natural gas. This required constant measurement of power so I connected the sensor to an Arduino to measure current and connected an AC output wall wart to measure voltage. The Arduino data was sent on to a Raspberry Pi which handles all the calculations and graphing as well as a live web page. Results compare very closely to published specs. PS. I double looped the power wire through the sensor to increase the sensitivity from 0-30A to 0-15A.

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