LEM HLSR - a single compact device

  Enquiry / contact me

the perfect fit for your design

Automation

LEM HLSR - a single compact device
LEM HLSR - a single compact device

A cost-effective current transducer from 10 to 50 ARMS that out-performs shunts in every way. The compact package of the HLSR requires only 387 mm2, less board area than many shunt solutions.

Large clearance/creepage distances ensure safety, and high performance produces accurate measurements while responding in less than 2.5 ms across a wide temperature range of -40°C to +105°C. The LEM HLSR - a single compact device that eliminates complexity in your design.

• High performance open-loop ASIC based current transducer

• 10ARMS, 20ARMS, 32ARMS, 40ARMS and 50ARMS nominal current versions

• Single +5V or +3.3V power supply

• Fast response time: 2.5 μs

• Full galvanic isolation

• 8 mm clearance/creepage + CTI 600

• Low offset and gain drifts

• Over-drivable reference voltage

• Through-hole and SMT packages

Posted on October 8, 2013 - (2652 views)
by
LEM International SA
8, Chemin Des Aulx
1228 Plan-les-Ouates - Switzerland
+41-22-7061111
+41-22-7949478
View full company profile
Location
Related articles
Control System Management Software
Comparing the Performance of Different Embedded Systems
Guiding Energy and Data at High Speeds
Schubert North America Presented its Automation Solutions at ProFood Tech
Industrial Security in Automation Technology
Advancing CIP Security to Anticipate and Manage Cybersecurity Threats
Security for Industrial Protocol
Digital Integration Software
SCADA Software
Pragmatic Real-Time Logistics
Industrial Components
Top-notch Products
Making Automation Investments Faster, Smarter and more Secure
Leading Distributor in Automation & Robotics Technology
Modbus TCP EtherCAT PROFINET
IIoT I/O Series
Mercury: Mobile, multi-protocol diagnostics for all environments
Sure Signs of Excellence: Top Notch Products Offering Added Value
Innovative Systems Solutions Made by LAPP
Alarm-Annunicators, Grouped Indicators, Tri-Led and Phase Presences