Current Sensor, CS Series, Solid State, 2.2A to 6.5A, Digital Output, 6 Vdc to 16 Vdc

CSDA1AC - Current Sensor, CS Series, Solid State, 2.2A to 6.5A, Digital Output, 6 Vdc to 16 Vdc

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The CSDA1AC is a 1-pinout style Digital Current Detector with open collector output and sinking output. It is made up of PET polyester housing. The MICRO SWITCH CS series digital current sensor provides a logic level output that changes from approximately Vcc to 0.4V when the sensed current exceeds the operate point. Each digital sensor will operate on AC/DC current but the output will turn off at every zero crossing when sensing AC current.
  • Through-hole design
  • Output voltage isolation from input
  • Minimum energy dissipation
  • Maximum current limited only by conductor size
  • Accurate sensing
  • -25 to 85°C Operating temperature range


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1.7A to 7.5A
1.7A to 7.5A
CSDA Series
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