Sidewinder® AC Current Sensor

Sidewinder AC Current Sensing Products

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Today's Most Innovative AC Current Sensing Products

ac-current-sensorThe Pulse Sidewinder® products are the ultimate evolution of the Rogowski Coil principle for AC current sensing applications. Our patent pending winding technique has been engineered to provide highly linear output voltage over a very wide dynamic range from 0.1 to 1000 Amperes (A), making them especially suited for applications such as distributed power generation, renewable energy and storage, load balancing, power monitoring, advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), circuit breaker panels, and smart meters. Sidewinder® products meet the Class 0.2 percent accuracy limits defined by the IEC 62053-22 and ANSI C12.20 standards for currents from 0.1A to 200A and above as well as the Class 1 requirement for immunity to external magnetic fields. They are immune to external AC magnetic fields and DC magnetic fields.

News & Insight: AC Current Sensors

Using Battery Management Systems for More Reliable EVs and PHEVs

Consumers continue to care about their environmental footprint, which has kept the clean energy trend on an upward trajectory. As clean energy continues to gain popularity, more and more electric...Read Full Article >>

New AEC-Q200 Qualified High Frequency, Low Profile Current Sense Transformer Series

Pulse Electronics Power Business Unit has released a new high frequency current sense transformer series. The AEC-Q200 qualified PA1005.XXXQNL series offers a frequency range of 50kHz to 1MHz and a...Read Full Article >>

Sidewinder Clamp-On Current Sensor Fits Existing Solid Conductors

Our new 50Hz/60Hz, di/dt AC current sensor can be clamped onto an existing solid conductor without having to disconnect the conductor. This sensor is the latest addition to Pulse Electronics’...Read Full Article >>