Current transducer to enable test engineers to connect power cables to test benches introduced by Danisense

March 20, 2023
Applications include automotive (EV) test benches and battery testing, power measurement and analysis, and MPS for particles accelerators.

TAASTRUP, Denmark – Danisense A/S in Taastrup, Denmark, is introducing the DN1000ID current transducer to enable test bench operators to fit power cables with large power connectors to EV test benches allowing for quick changeovers.

The DN1000ID is Danisense's latest current transducer mainly aimed for automotive (EV) test benches and battery testing and evaluation systems. Additional target applications are power measurement and power analysis, MPS for particles accelerators, gradient amplifiers for MRI devices, precision drives, and current calibration.

Featuring a 41.2-millimeter aperture, the DN1000ID current transducer provides an important advantage as test bench operators, who often face the issue that the power connectors fitted to the power cables are bigger than the diameter of the cable.

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This can make it difficult to fit them in the aperture of the current transducer and often requires additional work to solve this issue.

"Our new DN1000ID device now offers the best compromise between the 1000-amp nominal current and aperture size by keeping the best measuring performances in accuracy and phase shift," says Loic Moreau, sales and marketing director at Danisense.

The DN1000ID current transducers benefit from the high stability closed loop fluxgate technology. Further technical details include a linearity of 1 ppm, 5 ppm offset and a compact aluminum housing.

For more information contact Danisense online at

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