Member Since: December 12, 2009

Country: United States

  • Product SEN-11005 | about a year ago

    look at page 5 and 17 of http://www.crmagnetics.com/Portals/0/main_cat.pdf it talks about changing the ratio and wire pass I was hopeing with my vagueness it would spur someone to do more research. To cancel out the the current threw the sensor place the neutral/return wire threw as well. That is the premise of a GFCI the Neutral and Hot wire pass threw the window and the ground does not. When there is current going to the device it will return on the neutral so nothing is measured in the sensor if there is a fault some current will be returning on the ground and it will no longer be balanced and the sensor will measure current.

  • Product COM-10982 | about 2 years ago

    Hi all I got two of these and started designing something in SketchUp so I thought I’d share this model that I created for it. SketchUP COM-10982 Model

  • Product BOB-10954 | about 2 years ago

    This board will not work with the RGB Encoder. I bought two with my RGB Encoders not noticing that it didn’t have the correct number of pins in the picture. The description does not say it will not work with this board though it did show up as a related product at the bottom though.

  • Product SEN-11005 | about 2 years ago

    I know this might be silly but what about wrapping the current carrying wire around a couple more times to give a seemed higher amperage then divide it in the program/code? I believe if you wrap it twice around then it will read at 16A then divide it by 2 and you will have your value. 4 turns 32A divide by 4 etc. etc

  • News - New Product Friday: Switc… | about 2 years ago

    Basically… It’s REALLY basic…

  • Product PRT-10117 | about 3 years ago

    “PIC MMC Interface Project” link broken

  • Product WRL-08771 | about 3 years ago

    It is suitable for the 3.7V Lithium Polymer Battery the charge cut off voltage is 4.2

  • Product CAB-10759 | about 3 years ago

    This looks to be compatible with supplying power to the Arduino Ethernet Shield but you have to buy a Silvertel PoE Module AG9120S and solder it to the board. Yes it is a 12v module but with a bridge already installed on the Ethernet Shield from V+ to ADJ it supplies 9v to the Arduino so you don’t have to use the far end adapter to supply power.
    The module can be found at semiconductorstore.com
    Just thought some would want to know happy building!

  • Product CAB-10759 | about 3 years ago

    I found what looks like a pretty straightforward 802.3af injector AN3507 from Maxim that uses a MAX5922A still looking for a simple splitter thou.

  • Product SEN-09028 | about 3 years ago

    Have you guys thought of making one with a ACS758xCB from Allegro to increase voltage and amperage capabilities? As a plus there are bi-directional versions available and works with 3.3v and 5v.

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