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Power Over Ethernet (PoE) - Web - Modbus - SNMP - SNMP Traps - Email - SMS - Voice Call - Rack Mountable - Industrial Grade

Current SensorNew Product or Feature

Need to track power usage in your critical facility? Our low cost, scalable and non-invasive 100A current sensors enable you to monitor power usage of your equipment. Simply clip the split core sensor around a power cable and start monitoring power consumption. Branch Circuit Monitoring (BCM) done easy.

The most used application of this current sensor is to monitor "dumb" equipment with no intelligence. By monitoring the power usage you are able to know the state equipment is in. For example any equipment that is supposed to be running 24x7 can be monitored by the current drawn. If such equipment normally operates at 80A and runs now at 20A then you know something is wrong. If it returns 0A then you know that the equipment is no longer operating.

Power Current Sensor Probe (PWR-CUR)
Current sensor small Input Current: 0-100A AC
Non-linerarity: +/- 3%
Resistance Grade B
Readings in A (Ampere)
Split Core Certification: CE, RoHS
Certified SensorGateway operating temperature range: 0ºC to +75ºC (32ºF to +167ºF) in PoE mode
Operating humidity range: < 90% rH (non-condensating)
Dimensions: 74 mm (2.9") x 66 mm (2.59") x 22 mm (0.8")
Housing: Orange metal case with status led
0U Rack mountable
Does not work with the Mobile SensorGateway
SensorGateway small Sensor connects to & is managed by the SensorGateway. Requires the latest generation of SensorGateway (v5.1)
Communication protocols to probe through SensorGateway: SNMPv2,v3 XML HTTP and Modbus TCP
RJ45 small Connects via regular straight RJ45 cable to the SensorGateway.
Maxmimum distance between probe and SensorGateway is 10m/33ft
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Non-invasive current sensor

Power monitoring has never been easier: simply clip the split core around your live power cable. No need to turn off your equipment.
Non-invasive current sensor
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Andre Ampere
Ampere current sensor

André-Marie Ampère was a French physicist and mathematician who was one of the founders of the science of classical electromagnetism. The unit of measurement of electric current, the ampere, is named after him. Our sensor reports the current in Ampere (A).
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Illustration showing how the current sensor works

How it works

The blue clamp is put around the power cable (max 100A) that you want to monitor. The clamp plugs into the orange sensor controller. The sensor connects to a base unit (SensorGateway) using a standard network cable. The network cable tranmits data and power between the base unit and the sensor. The maximum distance between a sensor and the base unit is 10m/30ft.