- Low and medium power inverter current detection
- Motor phase and rail current detection
- String PV inverter current detection
- MPPT current detection
- Charger and converter
- DC power supply
- Overcurrent protection
- Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
The XGZC6201 product family is an open-loop current sensor based on the Hall effect principle that can be used in a wide range of industrial, commercial and communication systems for AC or DC current detection. Each XGZC6201 consists of a high precision, low temperature drift linear Hall IC, a magnetic core, and a built-in low insertion resistance current conductor path. The applied current flowing through this low resistance current conductor path creates a magnetic field, which the Hall IC converts into a voltage signal output proportional to the input current. The use of a magnetic core inside the product effectively suppresses interference from external common-mode magnetic fields and improves accuracy in magnetically noisy environments.
The XGZC6201 current sensor will precisely calibrate the output voltage within the factory according to the different requirements of the current range. The output of the chip has a positive slope (>VOQ) when the applied current flows through the internal current conduction path (from pins 5,6 and 7 to pins 8,9 and 10). The internal resistance of this conduction path is 0.21 mΩ typical, allowing for low power dissipation. The terminals of the conductive path (pins 5 to 10) are electrically isolated from the signal lines (pins 1 to 4). This allows the XGZC6201 to be used in high-end current sensing applications without the need for other expensive isolation techniques.
ORDER GUIDE (100kPa=0.1MPa=1bar≈14.5PSI)
PRESSURE RANGE EXAMPLE
Datasheet: XGZC6201 Current Sensor- V1.0.PDF