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Micsig RCP500 Rogowski AC Current Probe

    Micsig RCP500 Rogowski AC Current Probe

    Manufacturer: Micsig


    Price: $219.00

     

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    The RCP500 Rogowski AC Current Probe measures AC current up to 500A pk, minimum to 200mA pk, with bandwidth ranging from 15Hz to 300KHz, 1% accuracy, and has less than 2mV noise.

    It adopts the Rogowski coil current measurement system: within the range, the output signal of the system and the current signal to be measured are always linear, so the accuracy will not change with the current; the coil does not contain magnetic saturation components and no magnetic core and saturation phenomenon, no trouble of heating; the Rogowski coil does not contain ferromagnetic materials and so has no hysteresis effect, the phase difference between the output signal and the current waveform is extremely low, which can be less than 0.8°.

    The RCP500 is compactly designed with exquisite appearance, suitable for Micsig UPI multi-function probe interface, when used with some Micsig new oscilloscope, no need extra battery or power supply. It can also be used with Micsig PA05 adapter to adapt to any other manufacturer's oscilloscope.

    The AC current probes can measure current signals with complex waveforms, such as transient inrush currents of power devices, sinusoidal currents of three-phase power supply systems, harmonic components of measured currents, current measurement of IGBTs and MOSFETs, etc.




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