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Current transformer

Stan Zurek, Current transformer, Encyclopedia Magnetica,

Current transformer (CT for short, but also: current-sensing transformer1), current-sense transformer2), current sensor3), current transducer4), special transformer5), instrument transformer6), current probe) - a type of transformer for measurement, sensing or monitoring of electric current.

A current transformer is usually designed for reducing amplitude of an AC current from the primary to the secondary winding.

A family of current transformers itl-family_current_transformers.jpg by Jethro Collins, Instrument Transformers Ltd, Public Domain
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Clamp-on current transformer around a cable (open)
Clamp-on current transformer around a cable (closed)
Pearson current monitor, high current (10 kA) and wide bandwidth (from 1 Hz to 20 MHz)
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Miniature SMD current transformer (around 5 mm)

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