Inductive Current Transducers in the Frequency Range Up to 150 kHz

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The article presents the results of the research on inductive current transducers in the form of a uniform winding non-magnetic ring with a rigid and flexible construction encompassing the flow of processed current in the frequency range of up to 150 kHz. The results for the developed transducer were related to the results obtained in simulations conducted on the transducer simplified model. The frequency tests of this type of transducers are of key significance in the assessment of the applicability of a given transducer in the measurements of network signals with high-order harmonics, and particularly in the assessment of the construction capacity of inductive current transducers in the form of the Rogowski coil.

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