Danisense DR10000UX-10V Zero Flux Current Transducer AC:7kArms, DC:10kA

£15410.00 (£18,492.00 inc VAT)

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Danisense DR10000UX-10V Current Transducer

Danisense DR10000UX-10V (AC:7kArms, DC:10kA) is an ultra-stable, high precision (ppm class) fluxgate technology DR series Current Transducer for non-intrusive, isolated DC and AC current measurement up to 11kA

  • MPS for particles accelerators
  • Stable power supplies
  • Precision drives
  • Batteries testing and evaluation systems
  • Power measurement and power analysis
  • Precision current calibration purposes


  • Linearity error maximum +/- 7ppm
  • 3 pin XLR mini connector for voltage output
  • Transducer core optimised for high level of immunity against external magnetic fields
  • Transducer head 0-50°C
  • Electronics 0-45°C
  • Aperture diameter 140mm
  • 2U 19″ Control unit with universal (100V-240V AC 50/60Hz) AC input voltage or 120V-370V DC input voltage
  • Danisense advanced sensor protection circuit “ASPC”


Specifications Highlights (@23⁰C) Symbol Unit Min Typ Max
Measuring range (DC or AC peak) IPM kA -11 11
Nominal primary AC current IPN AC kArms 7
Nominal primary DC current IPN DC kA -10 10
Nominal output voltage @ 10kA VSN V -10.000 10.000
Primary / secondary ratio Ratio V/kA 1.000
Linearity error ƐL ppm -7 7
Offset current (including earth field) VOE ppm -11 11
Ratio error VRE ppm -5 5
DC-10Hz Overall accuracy @23°C
(= ƐL + VRE + VOE)
ƐDC ppm -23 23
AC Max. gain error (10Hz to 1kHz) ƐAC % -0.05 0.05
AC Max. phase shift error (10Hz to 1kHz) q 0.05
Bandwidth f(-3dB) kHz 100
Operting temperature transducer head Ta ⁰C 0 50

Note* Specifications are liable to change. For the full list of Specifications, please see the products datasheet located under the ‘Documentation’ tab.


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