This is a parametric search file that can be searched by entering conditions such as maximum measurement current, maximum primary current, and supply voltage.
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Difference between maximum primary current and output unsaturation range
The maximum primary current indicates a current value that can be applied to a current sensor for a long time, and it depends on the cross-sectional area of the primary conductor.
If the current sensor is used for a long time when an effective value of DC current or AC current exceeds the maximum primary current, it will be damaged.
If the current is a pulse current, it is possible to pass a current that exceeds the maximum primary current.
The output unsaturation range is a current range that guarantees a linearity of the output of current sensors.
When a current value exceeds the output unsaturation range, the output saturates, but when the current value returns within the output unsaturation range, normal output is restored.