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Old 19th January 2007, 05:39 AM   #1
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how can i sense the current of a high voltage line ?
transformer is not an option - dc ...
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Old 19th January 2007, 05:44 AM   #2
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Hall effect sensor based, so it measures AC/DC/Whatever. Output is microcontroller friendly.
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Check also http://www.allegromicro.com
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how can i sense the current of a high voltage line ?
transformer is not an option - dc ...

linear optocoupler?

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Couldn't you just insert a small sense resistor in series with the ground lead?
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thanx guys, hall effect is the word i was looking for
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thanx guys, hall effect is the word i was looking for

What range of current are you trying to measure?

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What range of current are you trying to measure?

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Eva:
i can use sense resistor , but not with the ground lead , only with the Vcc lead
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i had decided to use a 0.01r/5w at +vcc at a cost of increase of ripple at mosfet positive rail of my h bridge.But i think the sense resistor is somewhat inductive.My pcb is ready but in the future i will try other elegant solution .
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sss, have you checked Allegros current sensors?
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