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Voltage ±30 TRMS

When measuring alternating voltage, this sensor measures the voltage, squares the values and then uses the square root of the results to determine the true measurement. This True Root Mean Square (TRMS) reading is considered the most accurate way of measuring voltage.

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Specifications

  • Instantaneous range : ±30 V
  • Effective (TRMS) range (DC):0 to 30 V
  • Effective (TRMS) range (Sine wave): 0 to 21 V
  • Input Voltage: AC or DC
  • Accuracy – Instantaneous: ±1.5 % over entire range
  • Accuracy - Effective (TRMS): ±3 % over entire range
  • Resolution Instantaneous: 14.6 mV
  • Resolution Effective (TRMS): 7.3 mV
  • Minimum Sample Rate: 1,000 samples per second
  • Input Resistance 5 MΩ
  • Bandwidth - Instantaneous: 0 to 10 KHz
  • Bandwidth - Effective (TRMS): 20 Hz to 10 KHz
  • Protection: Up to 220 V
  • Common mode signal: Max ±40 V

Experiments

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    Data sheet