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By using a magnetic field to detect the current and produce a proportional output, current sensors are tools that measure the current flowing through a wire.
With both AC and DC current, they are put to use. Inverter circuits and motor driving circuits are only a couple of the many uses for them. Many industries, including automobiles, consumer electronics, and telecommunications, employ current sensors.
The Global Isolated AMR current sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The distribution of the entire line of ACEINNA products, including RTK, INS, Tilt, and IMU solutions, as well as current sensing products used for power management and supply in data centres, server farms, electric cars, trucks, large industrial machines, and commercial appliances, will be handled by Digi-Key.
Isentek’s IST8110 family of current sensors is another AMR-based product. Up to 500 kHz, they can measure both DC and AC signals. I2C digital output is used by the devices for communication. The chip has an 8-pin LGA package with dimensions of 7.0 x 7.0 x 1.0 mm. The ICSM1015, ICSM1030, and ICSM1050 are the three modular packages that make up the series.
The high current MCx1101 Current Sensor with 65 Amps was announced by ACEINNA. This extremely precise, wide bandwidth AMR-based current sensor was created for WBG (wideband gap) applications and is offered in 3.3- and 5-Volt variants. It is perfect for a variety of next-generation power systems and applications.
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