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Characteristics of Open-Loop Current Sensor with Temperature Compensation Circuit
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Characteristics of Open-Loop Current Sensor with Temperature Compensation Circuit
Ku, Myung-Hwan; Park, Ju-Gyeong; Cha, Guee-Soo; Kim, Dong-Hui; Choi, Jong-Sik;
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 Abstract
Open-type current sensors have been commonly used for DC motor controller, AC variable controller and Uninterruptible Power Supply. Recently they have begun to be used more widely, as the growth of renewable energy and smart-grid in power system. Considering most of the open-type current sensors are imported, developing the core technology needed to produce open-type current sensors is required. This paper describes the development and test results of open-type current sensors. Design of C type magnetic core, selection and test of a Hall sensor, design of current source circuit and signal conditioning circuit are described. 100A class DIP(Dual In-line Package) type and SMD(Surface Mount Devide) type open-type current sensors was made and tested. Test results show that the developed open-type current sensor satisfies the accuracy requirement of 2% and linearity requirement of 2% at 100 A of DC and AC current of 60Hz. Temperature compensation was carried out by using a temperature compensation circuit with NTC(Negative Temperature Coefficient) thermistor and the effect of the temperature compensation are described.
 Keywords
current sensor;Hall sensor;open-loop;temperature compensation;
 Language
Korean
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