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Hall Split Core Current Sensor HSTS016L Input 100A HSTS016


A Hall effect sensor is a device that is used to measure the magnitude of a magnetic field. Its output voltage is directly proportional to the magnetic field strength through it. Hall's current sensor in the switching power supply plays a role in current protection. Hall effect sensors consist of a core, Hall effect device and signal conditioning circuitry. The sensor works when the current conductor passes through a magnetically permeable core that concentrates the conductor's magnetic field. The Hall effect device, which is mounted within the core, is at a right angle to the concentrated magnetic field and a constant current (in one plane) excites the Hall device. Hall's current sensors can measure various types of current, from DC to tens of kilohertzes of alternating current, which is based on the Hall effect working principle.The design of the sensor allows it to be installed in any desired position without disconnecting the bus to be measured, which is convenient for construction, small in size, light in weight, and wide in the measurement range.



Flame Resistance:UL94-V0

Rated Input: 100A

Rated Output: 2.5±0.625V

Input Voltage: +5V


Strength:2.5KV 50Hz 1min

Operating Temperature:-10℃ ~ +70℃

Storage Temperature:-25℃ ~ +85℃

Size: 29.5mm x 31mm x 55mm


Wire Connection Diagram:

Red: 5V

Black: GND

Yellow: Vout

White: Vref

Package Include:

1 x HSTS016L Hall Split-Core Current Sensor [100A]


Hall Split Core Current Sensor HSTS016L Input 100A

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