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High Frequency Current Probes

CWT LF Wideband Current Probe
CWT LF Wideband current probes

The CWT LF current sensors are rugged clip around flexible coil wideband current probes, using Rogowski Coil technology for wide bandwidth measurement and faithful conversion of current to voltage, intended for use with oscilloscopes, data loggers, transient recorders, power meters and power analyzers.

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CWT
CWT and CWT LF

The CWT current sensors are rugged clip around flexible coil wideband current probes, using Rogowski Coil technology for wide bandwidth measurement and faithful conversion of current to voltage, intended for use with oscilloscopes, data loggers, transient recorders, power meters and power analyzers.

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CWT Mini
CWT Mini HF - Rogowski coil current sensor

he CWT Mini HF current probes utilize a high performance Rogowski Coil sensor thin enough (typical cross section 3.5mm) to fit in very confined spaces - often between the legs of a semiconductor power switching device.

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CWT Mini
CWT Mini

The CWT Miniature current probes utilize a Rogowski Coil sensor thin enough (typical cross section 3.5mm) to fit in very confined spaces - often between the legs of a semiconductor power switching device.

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CMC Rogowski Current Probe
CMC Rogowski Current Probe

Variable Frequency Drives (VSDs) used to control AC motors can produce large high frequency voltages that may appear on the machine shaft. These voltages are the result of capacitive coupling of the applied PWM voltage to the motor windings. The voltages on the shaft can be sufficient to cause a flow of arcing currents through the motor bearings to ground.

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I-Probe IP520
I-Probe - IP520

The Powertek I-Probe IP520 is a non-contact/non-clamp current probe, allowing fast easy measurement of currents in PCB tracks and cables. It works by placing the insulated tip of the probe onto a PCB track, the current flowing in the track can be observed and measured.

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