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Current and

Voltage Transducers
for Industrial Applications
LEM solutions for electrical measurements
Dear Customer,

This catalogue summarises the most common product All these applications require accurate and optimal control
offering of LEM Components. It is our business to of the electrical energy to insure a high level of efficiency,
support you with both standard and customised safety, reliability.
products to optimise your application.
With more than 2 500 current and voltage transducers in its
Please contact LEM in your region to get assistance. portfolio, LEM Components offers a complete range of
accurate, reliable and galvanically isolated devices for the
LEM Components leverages its more than 30 years measurement of currents from 0.25A to 10 000A and
experience in the application, design and production of voltages from 10V to 6 400V, in various technologies,
current and voltage transducers, and has established itself open loop and closed loop, and the new Eta technology.
as a market leader with worldwide presence to serve you.
An extensive R&D program will ensure that our product LEM transducers are designed according to the most
offering will continuously expand over time. demanding international standards, and carry CE marking.
UL or UR listing is also available on selected models.
LEM products are utilized across a broad spectrum of We have worldwide ISO 9000 and ISO TS 16949:2002
power electronics applications: industrial motor drives, (Geneva production and design center) qualification, and
robots and cranes, cable cars and ski lifts, elevators offer a 5 year warranty on all our products.
and escalators, ventilation and air conditioning equip-
ment, precision medical systems, and power supplies LEM constantly innovates and strives to improve the
for computer servers and mobile telecom. performance, cost and dimensions of its products.
Several ASIC technology based products are offered.

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Content
Page

Typical Applications in Power Electronics 4-5

Transducer technologies 6–7

Current transducers, 0.25 ... 17 A 8–9

Current transducers, 20 ... 50 A 10 – 11

Current transducers, 75 ... 300 A (part 1) 12 – 13

Current transducers, 75 ... 300 A (part 2) 14 – 15

Current transducers, 400 ... 800 A 16 – 17

Current transducers, 1 000 ... 20 000 A 18 – 19

Current transducers, 0.01 ... 20 000 A 20 – 21


for automation

Voltage transducers, 10 ... 2 500 V 22 – 23


(without resistor R1)
Voltage transducers, 50 ... 400 V 22 – 23
(with built in resistor R1)

Voltage transducers, 500 ... 6 400 V 24 – 25


(with built in resistor R1)

Dimension drawings 26 – 35

Product coding 36

Symbols and Terms 36

LEM warranty 37

LEM International 38
LEM is a worldwide company, with offices across Sales Network
the globe, and production facilities in Europe, Asia
and America.

We hope you will find this catalogue a useful guide


for the selection of our products. Visit our website
www.lem.com and contact our sales network for Selection parameter page
further assistance. Detailed data sheet and 1 Supply voltage 8
application notes are available.
2 Frequency response 10
Sincerely,
3 Operating temperature range 12
Paul Van Iseghem
4 Working voltage or rated insulation voltage 14
President LEM Components
5 Package and mounting options 16

6 Secondary connections 18

7 Output signal 20

8 Design standards 22

9 Measuring accuracy 24

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Typical Applications
in Power Electronics

AC Variable Speed Drives and Servo Motor Drives

IL Rectifier or DC-Link VDC PWM-Inverter IM


Inverter
IDC
Typical Applications
- Machine tool, printing, - Robotics
paper, textile, plastic - Pumps
- Steel mill - Washing machines
- Lifts
- Cranes

Rectifier or DC-Link VDC PWM-Inverter IL


IG Inverter
IDC

Typical Applications
- Wind mills

Static Converters for DC Motor Drives


Converter

Field Rectifier IP

I
Typical Applications
- Machine tool, paper, printing, plastic
- Cranes
- Escalators
- Electrical opening doors systems

Battery Supplied Applications

Charger

IDC

Battery Inverter IM
Typical Applications
- Electric vehicles - Wheel chairs
(Zero Emission Vehicles, ZEV) - Solar power supplies
- Fork lift trucks

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Uninterruptible
Power Supplies (UPS)

Charger DC-Link VDC Battery Inverter I


I DC

Typical applications
- EDP systems
- Telecom
- Security systems

Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

Input Rectifier DC-Link VDC PWM Inverter Output Rectifier I


I DC

Typical applications
- Power supply for electronic
equipment and control systems
- Battery chargers
- Telecom
- Voltage and current stabilizer for
industry and lab applications
- Electronic ballast

Power Supplies for Welding Applications


AC
DC

Input Rectifier DC-Link PWM Inverter Output Rectifier I


VDC
IDC

Other Applications

- Test and measurement - Energy management systems


in laboratories and universities Monitoring of load currents
- Medical - Over-current protection
X-ray and imaging equipment - Control and safety systems
- Electrolysis, currents monitoring - Electrical traction
- Inductive heating

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Transducer Technologies *
Open Loop Current Transducers (O/L) Eta Current Transducers
Features Features
• Small package size • Wide bandwidth
• Extended measuring range • Extended measuring range
• Reduced weight • Very low power consumption
• Low power consumption • Unipolar power supply 0 ... + 5 V
• No insertion losses • Fast response time

Operation principle O/L Operation principle Eta

Primary Current IP Isolated Output Voltage VOUT Primary Current IP Isolated Output Voltage VOUT

The magnetic flux created by the primary current IP is concentra- Eta technology combines elements from both the Open Loop
ted in a magnetic circuit and measured in the air gap using a Hall and Closed Loop principles previously defined. The result is a
device. The output from the Hall device is then signal conditioned device that has the best balance between the features of the
to provide an exact representation of the primary current at the both operating principles.
output.

Closed Loop Current Transducers (C/L) Closed Loop C Types


Features Features
• Wide frequency range • High accuracy
• Good overall accuracy • Very wide frequency range
• Fast response time • Reduced temperature drift
• Low temperature drift • Excellent linearity
• Excellent linearity • Measurement of differential currents (CD)
• No insertion losses • Safety isolation (CV)
• Reduced loading on the primary (CV)

Operation principle C/L Operation principle

Primary Current IP Isolated Output Current IS Primary Current IP Isolated Output Current IS

The magnetic flux created by the primary current IP is balanced This technology uses two toroidal cores and two secondary
by a complementary flux produced by driving a current through windings and operates on the principle of Ampere-turns
the secondary windings. A hall device and associated electronic compensation. For the voltage type a small (few mA) current is
circuit are used to generate the secondary (compensating) taken from the voltage line to be measured and is driven through
current that is an exact representation of the primary current. the primary coil and the primary resistor.
6 * for further information, refer the brochure "Characteristics - Applications - Calculations"
or get it on www.lem.com website
Closed Loop Voltage Transducers (C/L) PRiME Current Transducers
Features Features
• Measurement of high voltages • Low temperature drift • AC measurement with wide • Accuracy independent of
• Safety isolation • Excellent linearity dynamic range the position of the cable in
• Good overall accuracy • No magnetic saturation the aperture and of xternal
• High overload capacity fields
Operation principle C/L • Good linearity • Light weight and small
package
• Low thermal losses

Operation principle

Primary Current IP Isolated Output Current IS

A very small current limited by a series resistor is taken from the PRiME operates on the basic Rogowski principle. Instead of a
voltage to be measured and is driven through the primary coil. traditional wound coil, the measuring head is made of a number
The magnetic flux created by the primary current IP is balanced of sensor printed circuit boards (pcbs, each made of two sepa-
by a complementary flux produced by driving a current through rate air cored coils) mounted on a base-pcb. Each sensor PCB
the secondary windings. A hall device and associated electronic is connected in series so as to form two concentric loops. The
circuit are used to generate the secondary (compensating) induced voltage at their outputs is then integrated in order to
current that is an exact representation of the primary voltage. obtain both amplitude and phase information for the current
The primary resistor (R1) can be incorporated or not in the being measured.
transducer.

AV 100 types Voltage Transducers IT Current Transducers


Features Features
• Any kind of signal, DC, AC, pulsed and complex can be • Very high global accuracy • Low cross-over distortion
measured • Low noise on the output signal • High temperature stability
• Galvanic isolation • Linearity <1 ppm • Wide frequency range
• Short dynamic response for a good frequency bandwidth
Operation principle
• Fast response time
• Small volume needed

Operation principle

VP

Primary Current IP Isolated Output Current IS

The voltage to measure (VP) is directly applied on the primary IT current transducers are high accuracy, large bandwidth trans-
connections through an internal resistor network and some ducers which do not use Hall generators. The magnetic flux created
by the primary current IP is compensated by a secondary current.
components allowing the signal to feed an isolation amplifier. The zero-flux detector is a symmetry detector using two wound
An isolated signal is recovered and conditioned to supply a cores connected to a square-wave generator. The secondary
current at the output, which is an exact representation of the compensating current is an exact representation of the primary
primary voltage. current.
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Current Transducers
The use of auto insertion equipment in the manufacturing
of electronic assemblies is commonplace today. LEM
produces several types of PCB mounted transducers
that are designed with automated assembly in mind.
These devices allow our customers to take advantage of
high volume production strategies giving them the
advantage necessary to remain competitive.

Designed for automated assembly


In addition to the benefit of automated assembly that an
integrated primary bus bar offers, it also has an important
impact on the performance of the product. By locating
the primary conductor in exactly the right place in relation
to the secondary winding, we maximize the primary to
secondary coupling of the transducer. This gives
transducers their excellent high frequency properties.

The current transducer, weighing only 10 g, requires only a small area on


the printed circuit board, and is optimally suited for automated production
lines.

Smallest Packages

10
4
1 2
5
3

7 27
6
8 23
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Selection parameter 1: Supply voltage

Most current transducers are still designed for bipolar It is important when choosing between the alternative
supply voltages. This means that the integrated technologies to consider the current requirements that
electronics are supplied with both positive and negative transducers place on their power supplies. Typically, we
potentials with reference to ground (0V). have the following current based on the technology
employed:
VC = 0, ±12V; 0, ±15V; 0, ±24V; etc.
Open Loop 20 mA
The new generations of ASIC based transducers operate Closed Loop 10 mA + compensation current
on a single unipolar supply with reference to ground (0V). Eta 16 mA
C Type 40 mA
VC = 0 ... +5 V → IT Type 90 - 200 mA + compensation current
This option allows the user to save cost by removing the AV 100 Type 50 mA + secondary output current
need for dual supply. PRiME 30 mA
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I PN = 0.25 A ... 17 A Datasheets: www.lem.com
www.lem.com
Open-loop Closed-loop "C"-types
IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Connection Type
IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology

Aperture, bus-
TA =
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

3 ±9 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 03-P


3 ±9 O/L +12…15 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25...+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 03-P/SP2
5 ±15 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 05-P
5 ±15 O/L +12…15 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25...+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 05-P/SP2
5 ±15 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 05-NP ④
5 ±15 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP
5 ±15 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP/SP2
10 ±15 O/L +5/0 VC/2V±VC • 0.2V① DC-16 (-3dB)② 31 -40...+85 ● ● ● 5 HTS 10-P
10 ±15 O/L +5/0 VC/2V±VC • 0.2V① DC-16 (-3dB)② 20.5 -40...+85 ● ● ● 5 HTS 10-P/SP1
10 ±30 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 10-P
10 ±30 O/L +12…15 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25...+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 10-P/SP2
10 ±30 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 05-NP ⑤
10 ±30 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 10-NP ④
10 ±30 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP
10 ±30 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP/SP2
12.5 ±37.5 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP
12.5 ±37.5 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP/SP2
15 ±45 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 15-P
15 ±45 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 15-NP ④
15 ±45 O/L +12…15 2.5 V ± 0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25…+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 15-P/SP2
0.25 ±0.36 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -10...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP14
0.5 ±0.72 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP13
1 ±1.5 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 0...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP11
1.5 ±2.2 C/L ±15 24 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 0...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP9
2 ±3 C/L ±15 24 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 0...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP8
2.5 ±3.6 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 0...+70 ● ● „ 82 LA 25-NP/SP7
5 ±7 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 6 LA 25-NP
6 ±9 C/L ±15 24 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 6 LA 25-NP
6 ±19.2 C/L +5/0 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 7 LTS 6-NP
6 ±19.2 C/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 8 LTSR 6-NP ⑥
7 ±14 C/L ±15 35 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.6 -25...+70 ● ● „ 6 LA 35-NP
8 ±12 C/L ±15 24 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 6 LA 25-NP
8 ±16 C/L ±15 32 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.6 -25...+70 ● ● „ 6 LA 35-NP
8 ±18 C/L ±12...15 24 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 9 LAH 25-NP
11 ±22 C/L ±15 33 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.6 -25...+70 ● ● „ 6 LA 35-NP
12 ±18 C/L ±15 24 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 6 LA 25-NP
12 ±27 C/L ±12...15 24 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 9 LAH 25-NP
15 ±48 C/L +5/0 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 7 LTS 15-NP
15 ±48 C/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 8 LTSR 15-NP ⑥
17 ±34 C/L ±15 34 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.6 -25...+70 ● ● „ 6 LA 35-NP
1 ±2 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.25③ -25...+70 ● ● 10 CT 1-T
2 ±4 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.15③ -25...+70 ● ● 10 CT 2-T
5 ±7.5 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.1③ -25...+70 ● ● 10 CT 5-T
10 ±15 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.1③ -25...+70 ● ● 10 CT 10-T

① output is ratiometric ② Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency. ③ Global accuracy within the
operating temperature range. ④ Connected in series, ⑤ Connected in parallel, ⑥ Refin & Refout modes, „ recognized, … on the way to
be recognized

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Current Transducers
The amount of board space a component occupies is
an important design criteria. LEM has developed a
series of transducers that require only a small area on
the circuit board. They use if possible, the same housing
or similar packaging for different current ranges. For the
user, this simplifies the development of a complete
product series covering several power ranges.

Optimum use of space


The compact design of the ASIC-based LTS, LTSR, LAS
and new HAIS and HXS series transducers, enable users
to take advantage of the intrinsic benefits of isolated Hall
effect-based current measurement - high accuracy, fast
response, and, wide bandwidth - without the usual trade-
off in PCB real estate.

Use of ASIC based transducers, LTS series, in an inverter for control and
protection.

Multiple shapes and sizes

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12 15
26 9
21 16

13 19
28 17

1 2 20
25 18
3

Selection parameter 2: Frequency response


The frequency response for LEM transducers is primarily When for the AV 100 Type and PRiME, it's a question of
dependent on the type of transducer, i.e. closed or open electronic limitation.
loop, etc., since within each type there are a number of key
In general bandwidth is as follows:
factors which fundamentally affect the transducers
bandwidth. • Open Loop DC to 25/50 kHz *
• ETA and IT Type DC to 100 kHz (-1dB)
For open loop transducers, the core geometry, the number
• Closed Loop DC to 200 kHz (-1dB)
and thickness of the laminations, and the specific core ma-
• C Type DC to 500 kHz (-3dB)
terial have a direct impact on bandwidth.
• AV 100 Type DC to 13 kHz (-3dB)
In the case of closed loop, Eta and IT-type, (and to a lesser • PRiME AC 10 Hz to 6 kHz (-3dB)
extent, C-type) the coupling between the primary and (typically but can go up to several kHz)
secondary - which is affected by the particular core * Note: Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core
geometry and construction - is the determining factor in heating at high frequency.
transducer bandwidth.
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I PN = 20 A ... 50 A Datasheets: www.lem.com
www.lem.com
Open-loop Closed-loop "C"-types

IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Connection Type


IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology

Aperture, bus-
TA =
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

20 ±60 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 20-P


20 ±60 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 10-NP ⑤
20 ±60 O/L +12…15 2.5 V ± 0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25…+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 20-P/SP2
20 ±60 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP
20 ±60 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 20-NP/SP2
25 ±75 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 25-P
25 ±75 O/L +12...15 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25...+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 25-P/SP2
25 ±75 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP
25 ±75 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP/SP2
30 ±90 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25…+85 ● ● „ 3 HX 15-NP ⑤
50 ±100 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)② 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 50-SB
50 ±150 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 12 HAIS 50-P ③
50 ±150 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 13 HAIS 50-TP ③
50 ±150 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ② 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 50-S
50 ±150 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ② 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 50-S
50 ±150 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V ± 0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 50-S/SP1
50 ±150 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ② 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 17 HTB 50-P
50 ±150 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 18 HTB 50-TP
50 ±150 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 19 HTB 50-P/SP5
50 ±150 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 20 HTB 50-TP/SP5
50 ±150 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ② 2.2 -10...+75 ● ● „ 21 HTY 50-P
50 ±150 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 1 HX 50-P
50 ±150 O/L +12...15 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-50 (-3dB)② 2.6 -25...+85 ● ● „ 2 HX 50-P/SP2
50 ±150 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP
50 ±150 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)② 1.5 -40...+105 ● ● 4 HXS 50-NP/SP2
25 ±36 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 6 LA 25-NP
25 +36 C/L +15/0 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 0...+70 ● ● „ 22 LA 25-NP/SP2
25 ±36 C/L ±15 25 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 23 LA 25-NP/SP25
25 ±55 C/L ±12...15 25 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.4 -25...+85 ● ● „ 9 LAH 25-NP
25 ±80 C/L + 5/0 2.5 V±0.625 V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 7 LTS 25-NP
25 ±80 C/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-200 (-1dB) 0.7 -40...+85 ● ● „ 8 LTSR 25-NP ③
35 ±70 C/L ±15 35 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.6 -25...+70 ● ● „ 6 LA 35-NP
50 ±70 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.65⑥ -25...+85 ● ● „ 24 LA 55-P
50 ±70 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.45⑥ -25...+85 ● ● „ 24 LA 55-P/SP23
50 ±70 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.65⑥ -25...+85 ● ● „ 25 LA 55-TP
50 ±100 C/L ±12...15 25 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.65⑥ -25...+85 ● ● „ 24 LA 55-P/SP1
50 ±100 C/L ±12...15 25 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.65⑥ -25...+85 ● ● „ 25 LA 55-TP/SP1
50 ±100 C/L ±12...15 25 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.65⑥ -40...+85 ● ● „ 25 LA 55-TP/SP27
50 ±110 C/L ±12...15 25 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.3 -25...+85 ● ● „ 26 LAH 50-P
25 ±37.5 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.1⑦ -25...+70 ● ● 10 CT 25-T
50 ±75 "C“ ±15 5V DC-500 (-3dB) 0.1⑦ -25...+70 ● ● 27 CT 50-T
50 ±150 Eta +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-100 (-1dB) 1.2 -40...+85 ● ● „ 28 LAS 50-TP
① output is ratiometric, ② Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency. ③ Refout and Refin modes. ⑤ Connected in parallel
⑥ Accuracy calculated with max. electrical offset instead of typical electrical offset @ VC = ±15 V. ⑦ Global accuracy within the operating temperature
range. „ recognized, … on the way to be recognized

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Current Transducers
For nominal current levels greater than 100 Amps, PCB
mounting is not a viable option for the primary. Therefore
LEM has designed a wide range of closed and open
loop panel mounted current transducers. They are
housed in common package outlines to accommodate
a number of primary conductor options.

Multiple mounting possibilities


In addition to standard configurations, LEM can
customize the integrated primary bus-bar to meet your
systems specific requirements. Let our experience in
providing current and voltage transducers for the
harshest shock and vibration environments assist you in
your transducer selection.

More accurate measurement results for a smoother ride.

Various primar
primaryy conductor options
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31 41 30
39 32

29 40 43 37
38 42
44 45
34 33 11
35 36

Selection parameter 3: Operating Temperature Range


Temperature

Operating temperature range is a key criteria in the LEM offers a comprehensive range of transducers
proper transducer selection. The majority of LEM optimized for commercial and industrial operating
transducers operate within the following temperature environments. The transducers included in this
ranges: catalogue have various temperatures specifications
related to their global accuracy over a specific operating
-25 °C .. 85 °C temperature range. LEM can also provide transducers
-40 °C .. 85 °C with operating temperature ranges outside the listed
selection to fulfill a specific requirement.

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IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Connection Type


IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology
TA =

Aperture, bus-
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

75 ±225 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 2.2 -10...+75 ● ● „ 21 HTY 75-P


100 ±300 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 100-S
100 ±300 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 12 HAIS 100-P ②
100 ±300 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 13 HAIS 100-TP ②
100 ±300 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 100-S
100 ±300 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 100-S
100 ±300 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V±0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 100-S/SP1
100 ±300 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 100-S
100 ±300 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-50 (-3dB) ① 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 17 HTB 100-P
100 ±300 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 18 HTB 100-TP
100 ±300 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 19 HTB 100-P/SP5
100 ±300 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 20 HTB 100-TP/SP5
100 ±200 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 100-SB
100 ±300 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.2 -10...+75 ● ● „ 21 HTY 100-P
150 ±450 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 12 HAIS 150-P ②
200 ±600 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 200-S
200 ±600 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 12 HAIS 200-P ②
200 ±600 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 200-S
200 ±600 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 200-S
200 ±600 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V±0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 200-S/SP1
200 ±300 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-8 (-1dB)① 3.75 -10...+70 ● ● 31 HOP 200-SB
200 ±600 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 200-S
200 ±500 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 17 HTB 200-P
200 ±500 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 19 HTB 200-P/SP5
200 ±400 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 200-SB
300 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 300-S
300 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 300-S
300 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 300-S
300 ±900 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V±0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 300-S/SP1
300 ±450 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-8 (-1dB)① 3.75 -10...+70 ● ● 31 HOP 300-SB
300 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 300-S
300 ±600 O/L ±12..15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 300-SB
300 ±600 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 17 HTB 300-P
300 ±600 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 19 HTB 300-P/SP5
① Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency.
② Refout & Refin modes.
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Quality is requested by everyone and it is quite justified.
The levels required by customers can be different according to
the applications. This quality has to be reached but also main-
tained in the time and constantly improved as well as for
products than for services. The different LEM design and
production centers around the world are either ISO TS 16949,
and/or ISO 9001 and/or ISO 14001 certified.

LEM quality
Several quality tools have been implemented in LEM to assess
and analyze its performances to be able to take the necessary
actions to remain a responsive player in the market.
Among which the most representatives are :
- DPT FMEA (Design Process Tool & Failure Mode Effect Analysis)
- Control Plan
- Cpk – R&R (Capability for Processes & measurement systems)
- QOS – 8D (Quality Operating System – Eight Disciplines)
- IPQ (Interactive Purchase Questionnaire).
In addition to these quality programs and since 2002, LEM
embraces Six Sigma as its methodology in pursuit of business
excellence. The main goal is to create an environment in which
anything less than Six Sigma quality is unacceptable.

From PCB to panel mounting


42 51 52
53
32
28
39
43

25 26 41
37
40
38
24
44 45
34
35 33 36

Selection parameter 4: Working V


Working oltage or Rated Insulation V
Voltage oltage
Voltage

Working Voltage level allowed by a transducer intended to • Comparative Tracking Index (CTI linked to the kind of
be used in an application classified as being "Industrial" is material used for the transducer case) leading to a
defined according to several criteria defined under the EN classification over different Insulating Material groups
50178 standard. Some are dependent of the transducer • Simple or Reinforced isolation need.
itself when the others are linked to the application.
LEM transducers follow this thought process for their
These criteria are the followings: designs. For PCB mounting transducers, the customer
• Clearance distance PCB tracks layout has to be taken into account to find
• Creepage distance the possible working voltage. Indeed, the clearance and
• Pollution degree (of the application) creepage distances can be different according to the
• Overvoltage category (of the application) customer PCB layout.
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IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Connection Type


IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology
TA =

Aperture, bus-
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

100 ±150 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.45③ -40...+85 ● ● „ 24 LA 100-P


100 ±150 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.45③ -40...+85 ● ● „ 25 LA 100-TP
100 ±160 C/L ±12...15 50 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.3 -25...+85 ● ● „ 26 LAH 100-P
100 ±160 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-200 (-1dB) 0.45③ -25...+70 ● ● „ 24 LA 100-P/SP13
100 ±200 C/L ±12..15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.4 -40...+85 ● ● „ 32 LF 205-S/SP3
125 ±200 C/L ±12...15 125 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.8 -40...+85 ● ● … 33 LA 125-P
125 ±200 C/L ±12...15 62.5 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.8 -25...+85 ● ● … 33 LA 125-P/SP1
125 ±300 C/L ±12...15 62.5 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.8 -40...+85 ● ● … 33 LA 125-P/SP4
125 ±200 C/L ±12...15 125 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.41 -40...+85 ● ● „ 34 LAH 125-P
150 ±200 C/L ±15 75 mA DC-150 (-1dB)① 0.85 -10...+80 ● ● 35 LA 150-P
200 ±300 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.65 -40...+85 ● ● … 33 LA 200-P
200 ±300 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.65 -25...+85 ● ● … 33 LA 200-P/SP4
200 ±300 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 36 LA 205-S
200 ±300 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 36 LA 205-S/SP1
200 ±300 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 37 LA 205-T
200 ±420 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.4 -40...+85 ● ● „ 32 LF 205-S
200 ±420 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.4 -40...+85 ● ● „ 38 LF 205-P
200 ±420 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.4 -40...+85 ● ● „ 39 LF 205-S/SP1
200 ±420 C/L ±12...15 100 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.4 -40...+85 ● ● „ 40 LF 205-P/SP1
250 ±500 C/L ±12...18 125 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 41 LA 255-S
250 ±500 C/L ±12...18 125 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 42 LA 255-T
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 150 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● „ 43 LA 205-S/SP30
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 120 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.27 -10...+85 ● ● „ 44 LA 305-S
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 120 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.27 -10...+85 ● ● „ 45 LA 305-S/SP5
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 120 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.27 -10...+85 ● ● „ 46 LA 305-T
300 ±500 C/L ±12…20 150 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.3 -10...+70 ● ● „ 47 LF 305-S
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 150 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.3 -25...+70 ● ● „ 48 LF 306-S
300 ±500 C/L ±12...15 150 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.3 -25...+70 ● ● „ 49 LF 306-S/SP10
300 ± 500 C/L ±12…20 150 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0,3 -40…+85 ● ● „ 50 LF 305-S/SP10
100 ±150 "C“ ±15 5V DC-250 (-3dB) 0.15② -25...+70 ● ● 51 CT 100-S
100 ±300 Eta +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-100 (-1dB) 1.5 -40...+85 ● ● „ 28 LAS 100-TP ④
150 ±150 "IT“ ±15 200 mA DC-100 (-3 dB) 0.0043 +10...+50 ● ● 52 IT 150-S
300 ±450 "IT“ ±15 150 mA DC-100 (-3 dB) 0.05 -40...+85 ● ● 53 ITB 300-S

① Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency.


② Global accuracy within the operating temperature range.
③ Accuracy calculated with max. electrical offset instead of typical electrical offset @ VC = ±15 V.
④ Refout & Refin modes.
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Current Transducers
Today the popularity of high-current IGBT based power
electronic systems has placed new challenges on current
measurement techniques.
LEM has developed transducers with numerous
mechanical outlines to facilitate mounting, many with
integrated primary bus-bar to fit your application.

Numerous packaging options

LEM has also recently introduced the LF series of closed-


loop current transducers with the added flexibility of both
horizontal and vertical mounting in the same package.
The LF series also provides reduced size and enhanced
performance over a wide measurement range.

Current transducers are used to monitor the TeleCom power supply


in cells or substations.
Flexible configurations
59 60 61
46

57
14 48 49 62
47
50 58

56

Selection parameter 5: Package and mounting options

LEM provides PCB and panel mount options including In terms of packaging LEM offers reinforced plastic
the horizontal and vertical mount LF series allowing the housings, potted if required, to handle even the
user to select the most appropriate transducer mounting harshest operating environments. Integrated busbar
configuration for the application. options are also available from LEM.

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IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Connection Type


IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology

Aperture, bus-
TA =
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

400 ±600 O/L ±12...15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -20...+80 ● ● „ 17 HTB 400-P
400 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 400-S
400 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 400-S
400 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 400-S
400 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 400-S
400 ±600 O/L +5/0 2.5V or VRef ±0.625V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.3 -40...+85 ● ● 12 HAIS 400-P ②
400 ±600 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-8 (-1dB)① 3.75 -10...+70 ● ● 31 HOP 400-SB
400 ±800 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 400-SB
400 ±600 O/L +12…15 VC/2 V ±1.667 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.5 -25...+85 ● ● „ 19 HTB 400-P/SP5
400 ±900 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V ± 0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 400-S/SP1
500 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 500-S
500 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 500-S
500 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 500-S
500 ±1500 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.75 -10...+80 ● ● „ 54 HAT 500-S
500 ±1500 O/L ±15 4V DC-25 (-3dB)① 3.25 -10...+80 ● ● „ 55 HAX 500-S
500 ±750 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-8 (-1dB)① 3.75 -10...+70 ● ● 31 HOP 500-SB
500 ±1000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 56 HOP 500-SB/SP1
500 ±1000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3.4 -10...+70 ● ● 11 HTR 500-SB
500 ±900 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V ± 0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 500-S/SP1
600 ±900 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 3 -10...+80 ● ● „ 15 HAS 600-S
600 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 14 HAL 600-S
600 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 600-S
600 ±1800 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 600-S
600 ±900 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-8 (-1dB)① 3.75 -10...+70 ● ● 31 HOP 600-SB
600 ±900 O/L +5/0 VC/2 V ± 0.5 V DC-50 (-3dB)① 4 -10...+80 ● ● „ 16 HAS 600-S/SP1
800 ±1800 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.7 -10...+80 ● ● „ 29 HAC 800-S
800 ±2400 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.75 -10...+80 ● ● „ 54 HAT 800-S
800 ±1600 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 56 HOP 800-SB
500 ±800 C/L ±12...15 250 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.24 -10...+85 ● ● „ 44 LA 305-S/SP1
500 ±800 C/L ±12...15 250 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.24 -10...+85 ● ● „ 46 LA 305-T/SP1
500 ±800 C/L ±15…24 100 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.3 -40...+70 ● ● „ 57 LF 505-S
500 ± 800 C/L ±15…24 100 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0,3 -10...+70 ● ● „ 58 LF 505-S/SP15
500 ±1200 C/L ±15…24 100 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.4 -10...+85 ● ● … 59 LT 505-S
500 ±1200 C/L ±15…24 100 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.4 -10...+85 ● ● … 60 LT 505-T
400 ±400 "IT“ ±15 200 mA DC-100 (-3dB) 0.0033 +10...+50 ● ● 61 IT 400-S
600 ±600 "IT“ ±15 400 mA DC-100 (3dB) 0.0013 +10...+50 ● ● 52 IT 600-S
700 ±700 "IT“ ±15 400 mA DC-500 (3dB) 0.0053 +10...+50 ● ● 62 IT 700-S

① Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency.


② Refout & Refin modes.
„ recognized
… on the way to be recognized

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Current Transducers
Leveraging over 30 years experience designing current
and voltage transducers for industries most demanding
applications, LEM continues to meet the challenges
imposed by today’s applications, by compact size,
reduced weight, higher EMC immunity, and safety
isolation with enhanced measurement accuracy,
increased reliability and the same high level of
performance our customers expect.

LEM Know How...


How...
Our engineers are available to assist at any point in the
development process to ensure the selected transducer
is the most appropriate for the application. LEM offers our
knowledge and experience to provide application
assistance to help maximize the performance of our
product in your design. In addition to modern tools like
finite element analysis, LEM also has test facilities, and
bench level systems, to allow us to recreate your
operating conditions in our labs. We do this to help you
to optimize your design and guarantee its final
Forklift truck drive control system ensured by current measurements
performance.

Modularity
71 75
73 72
69

64
68 65
66

74
63 67
54 55 70

Selection parameter 6: Secondary connections

With PCB mount packages, secondary connection is LEM also offers custom and specialty connections, i.e.
achieved with standard solderable pin terminals. LEMO, Sub-D, etc, as well as AMP, Burndy, and other
industry standard connectors.
For Panel mount transducers LEM offers the following
standard secondary connection types:

• Metric (M4, M5) and UNC threaded studs


• Fast-on
• Cable
• Molex

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IOUT @ IPN Primary Sec.

Packaging
Technology

Aperture, bus-
TA =
@ IPN 25°C

bar, other

Other
PCB

PCB
A A V kHz % °C No.

1000 ±1000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 1.75 -25...+85 ● ● „ 30 HTA 1000-S
1000 ±3000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.75 -10...+80 ● ● „ 54 HAT 1000-S
1000 ±3000 O/L ±15 4V DC-25 (-3dB)① 3.25 -10...+80 ● ● „ 55 HAX 1000-S
1000 ±2000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 56 HOP 1000-SB
1200 ±3000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.75 -10...+80 ● ● „ 54 HAT 1200-S
1500 ±3000 O/L ±15 4V DC-50 (-3dB)① 2.75 -10...+80 ● ● „ 54 HAT 1500-S
1500 ±4500 O/L ±15 4V DC-25 (-3dB)① 3.25 -10...+80 ● ● „ 55 HAX 1500-S
1500 ±3000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 56 HOP 1500-SB
2000 ±5500 O/L ±15 4V DC-25 (-3dB)① 3.25 -10...+80 ● ● „ 55 HAX 2000-S
2000 ±3000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-10 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 56 HOP 2000-SB
2000 ±3000 O/L ±12…15 4V DC-4 (-1dB)① 3 -10...+70 ● ● 63 HOP 2000-SB/SP1
2500 ±5500 O/L ±15 4V DC-25 (-3dB)① 3.25 -10...+80 ● ● „ 55 HAX 2500-S
1000 ±1500 C/L ±15...24 200 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● … 64 LF 1005-S
1000 ±2000 C/L ±15...24 200 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● … 59 LT 1005-S
1000 ±2000 C/L ±15...24 200 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0.3 -10...+85 ● ● … 60 LT 1005-T
1000 ±1500 C/L ±15…24 200 mA DC-150 (-1dB) 0,3 -10...+85 ● ● … 65 LF 1005-S/SP22
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 0...+70 ● ● 66 LT 2000-S
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 0...+70 ● ● 67 LT 2000-T
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 0...+70 ● ● … 68 LT 2005-S
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 0...+70 ● ● … 69 LT 2005-T
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 -25...+70 ● ● 70 LF 2000-S
2000 ±3000 C/L ±15...24 400 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 -25...+70 ● ● … 71 LF 2005-S
4000 ±4000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 4000-SB
4000 ±6000 C/L ±24 800 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 -25...+70 ● ● 73 LT 4000-S
4000 ±6000 C/L ±24 800 mA DC-100 (-1dB) 0.2 -25...+70 ● ● 74 LT 4000-T
6000 ±6000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 6000-SB
10000 ±10000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 10000-SB
10000 ±15000 C/L ±48...60 1A DC-100 (-1dB) 0.3 -25...+70 ● ● 75 LT 10000-S
12000 ±12000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 12000-SB
14000 ±14000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 14000-SB
20000 ±20000 O/L ±15 10 V DC-3 (-3dB)① 2 -25…+80 ● ● 72 HAZ 20000-SB
① Small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency.
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… on the way to be recognized

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Current Transducers for Automation

The key feature of this specific range of products is to


provide outputs suited for interface to process control
systems. Outputs provide an instantaneous, RMS or True
RMS signal and could be a voltage (10 V or 5 V) or current
(4-20 mA). That allows a direct interface with a PLC, meter,
or other instruments. Transducers are available with solid
core or split core package and can be panel fixed or DIN
rail mounted.

Multiple applications
These transducers are particularly well suited for the
following applications:
- AC or DC motor load control (pump, conveyor, fan,
machine tool,…)
- Metering
- Remote monitoring
- Heater load control
- Battery current monitoring
- Light control Automated controlling of pumps

Multiple electrical and mechanical configurations with a variety of output signals

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Selection parameter 7: Output signal

LEM transducers are available with different output Open Loop, Eta,CT type and PRiME transducers directly
signals, depending on the operation principle and the provide an amplified voltage signal proportional to the
application. primary current. In the case of single supply voltage, the
output signal varies around a nonzero reference.
Closed Loop transducers generally provide a current
output, proportional to the primary signal. The user can The process control series offers specific output signals
obtain a voltage signal by defining a burden resistor suited to interface with PLCs, controllers, meters, and other
within the limits specified in the datasheet. instrumentation. The following output options are available:
- Instantaneous voltage or current (4-20 mA)
- DC True RMS voltage or current (4-20 mA)

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I PN = 0.01 A ... 20 000 A Datasheets: www.lem.com
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PRiME Open-loop Current transformer Fluxgate

IPN IP VC VOUT f X TA Mounting Type


LP = Loop IOUT @ IPN

Packaging
Technology
powered TA =
SP = Self @ IPN 25°C DIN Panel
powered
A A V Hz % °C No.

10, 20, 50 18, 36, 90 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 AP 50 B10
10, 20, 50 13, 26, 65 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 AP 50 B420L
50, 75, 100 90, 135, 180 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 AP 100 B10
50, 75, 100 65, 98, 130 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 AP 100 B420L
100, 150, 200 180, 270, 360 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 AP 200 B10
AC RMS

100, 150, 200 130, 195, 260 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 AP 200 B420L
200, 300, 400 360, 540, 720 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 AP 400 B10
200, 300, 400 260, 390, 525 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 AP 400 B420L
2-5 2.5, 6.5 CT LP 4-20mA 50 - 60 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AK 5 C420L
10, 20, 50 15, 30, 75 CT SP 0-10V ① 50 - 60 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AK 50 C10
10, 20, 50 13, 26, 65 CT LP 4-20mA 50 - 60 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AK 50 C420L
100, 150, 200 150, 225, 300 CT SP 0-10V ① 50 - 60 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AK 200 C10
100, 150, 200 130, 195, 260 CT LP 4-20mA 50 - 60 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AK 200 C420L
10, 20, 50 18, 36, 90 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 APR 50 B10
10, 20, 50 13, 26, 65 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 APR 50 B420L
50, 75, 100 90, 135, 180 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 APR 100 B10

AC true RMS

50, 75, 100 65, 98, 130 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 77 APR 100 B420L
100, 150, 200 180, 270, 360 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 APR 200 B10
100, 150, 200 130, 195, 260 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 APR 200 B420L
200, 300, 400 360, 540, 720 PRiME + 24VDC 0-10V, 0-5V 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 76 APR 400 B10
200, 300, 400 260, 390, 525 PRiME LP 4-20mA 10 - 6000 1.0 -20..+60 ● 77 APR 400 B420L
2-5 2.5, 6.5 CT LP 4-20mA 10 - 400 0.8 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AKR 5 C420L
10, 20, 50 13, 26, 65 CT LP 4-20mA 10 - 400 0.8 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AKR 50 C420L
100, 150, 200 130, 195, 260 CT LP 4-20mA 10 - 400 0.8 -20..+50 ●② ● c 78 AKR 200 C420L
4000 4000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA DC(-3dB)④ 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 4000-SRI
AC-DC true RMS

6000 6000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA -3000 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 6000-SRI
10000 10000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA DC(-3dB)④ 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 10000-SRI
12000 12000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA DC(-3dB)④ 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 12000-SRI
14000 14000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA DC(-3dB)④ 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 14000-SRI
20000 20000 O/L ± 15VDC 0-20mA DC(-3dB)④ 1.525 -10..+80 ● 72 HAZ 20000-SRI
5 , 10 , 20 5.7, 11.5, 23.5 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 20 C10
50, 75, 100 58, 85, 115 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA③ DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 20 C420
100, 150, 200 115, 170, 230 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 100 C10
100, 150, 200 120, 175, 235 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA③ DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 100 C420
150, 225, 300 170, 258, 345 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 200 C10
100, 150, 200 120, 175, 235 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA③ DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 200 C420
150, 225, 300 170, 258, 345 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 300 C10
150, 225, 300 175, 265, 355 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA③ DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 300 C420
200, 300, 400 230, 345, 460 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 400 C10
200, 300, 400 235, 355, 475 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA③ DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 79 DK 400 C420
DC

50, 75, 100 57, 85, 115 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 100 B10
50, 75, 100 60, 90, 120 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 100 B420
100, 150, 200 115, 170, 230 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 200 B10
100, 150, 200 120, 175, 235 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 200 B420
150, 225, 300 170, 258, 345 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 300 B10
150, 225, 300 175, 265, 355 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 300 B420
200, 300, 400 230, 345, 460 O/L + 24VDC 0-10V ① DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 400 B10
200, 300, 400 235, 355, 475 O/L + 24VDC 4-20mA DC 1.0 -20..+50 ●② ● 80 DK 400 B420
0,01 0,016 F.G ±12..15VDC 0-10V ① DC 3.0 0..+70 ●② ● 81 DF 0.01 C10
0,1 0,16 F.G ±12..15VDC 0-10V ① DC 3.0 0..+70 ●② ● 81 DF 0.1 C10
0,5 0,8 F.G ±12..15VDC 0-10V ① DC 3.0 0..+70 ●② ● 81 DF 0.5 C10
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④ small signal bandwidth to avoid excessive core heating at high frequency

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Voltage Transducers
A wide selection of LEM solutions is available for
galvanically isolated voltage measurement, at various
levels of performance.
LEM currently offers two different options for voltage
measurement:
• User specified primary resistor:
The user connects a primary resistor in series with the
transducer. The value of the primary resistor R1 is
selected according to the voltage to be measured.
This approach allows for maximum flexibility

• Integrated primary resistor:


The integrated primary resistor R1 predefines the no-
minal measuring voltage of the transducer. LEM offers
a wide selection of nominal voltage levels to cover a
variety of applications.

Selectable voltage measurements


Many applications require the assessment of electric
power, with the combined measurement of LEM voltage
and current transducers. Users can control a variety of Together with current transducers, voltage transducers are used for
controlling the brightness of the lights on runways.
systems, including the lighting of airport runways.

Multiple package configurations

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Selection parameter 8: Design standards


LEM transducers are designed and tested according to Electro-Magnetic Compatibility of the transducer and the
recognized worldwide standards. Our range of industrial safety isolation between primary and secondary. Virtually
transducers comply with the following requirements: the entire line of LEM transducers carries the CE marking.
EN 50178 is our standard of reference for electrical, envi- UL is used as a reference to define the flammability of the
ronmental and mechanical parameters. It guarantees the materials (UL 94-VO), and LEM is currently recognised
overall performances of our products in industrial for main models, and is actively pursuing qualification
environments. All of LEM products are designed of additional models. You can consult the UL website to
according to EN 50178 get the updated list of recognised models www.UL.com.
CE marking is a guarantee that the product complies with The individual datasheets specify precisely the applicable
the European EMC directive 89/336/EEC and the Low standards & approvals & recognitions for each individual
Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, and therefore warrants the product.

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V PN = 10 V ... 2500 V Datasheets: www.lem.com
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Voltage transducers (without resistor R1) CT-types Closed-loop AV

Packaging
IPN IP Techno- VC I OUT f XG TA Type
(VPN) (VP) logy T A = 25°C
@ IPN % @ IPN with max
mA mA V mA kHz offset taken °C No.

10 ±14
(10 to 500 V) (700 V) C/L ±12...15 25 ① 1 0...+70 „ 82 LV 25-P ②

10 ±20
(100 to 2500 V) (5000 V) C/L ±15 50 ① 0.7 0...+70 83 LV 100 ③

20 ±40
(100 to 2500 V) (5000 V) C/L ±15...24 100 ① 0.6 -25...+70 84 LV 200-AW/2 ③

① See response time in the individual data sheet.


② The primary and secondary connections of this transducer are done on PCB.
③ Mechanical mounting.
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Voltage transducers (with built in resistor R1, mechnical mounting)

Packaging
±VPN ±VP Techno- VC V OUT f XG TA Type
logy I OUT TA = 25°C
@ VPN @ VPN with max
V V V kHz offset taken % °C No.

50 75 Isolation ±12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 „ 85 AV 100-50


Amplifier
125 187.5 Isolation ±12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-125
Amplifier
150 225 Isolation ±12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-150
Amplifier
250 375 Isolation ±12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-250
Amplifier
50 75 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-50
100 150 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-100
200 300 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-200
200 300 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/200
300 450 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-300
400 600 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-400
400 600 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-400
400 600 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/400
140 200 CT ±15 10 V/200 V DC-300 (-1dB) 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-200
350 500 CT ±15 10 V/500 V DC-300 (-1dB) 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-500

① See response time in the individual data sheet.


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Voltage Transducers
IGBT commutation generates voltage variations with
high dv/dt levels. These fluctuations may induce errors
on the output signal of voltage transducers. LEM has
developed special versions of transducers with a screen
between the primary and the secondary circuit,
significantly reducing the error generated by these
perturbations.

Addressing EMC
The screen is a standard feature on several series of
voltage transducers (CV3, AV 100, LV 200-AW/2), and is
available as an option on LV 100 series.

Custom-tailored solutions for current and voltage measurement.

Multiple package configurations

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Selection parameter 9: Measuring Accuracy

Accuracy is a fundamental parameter in electrical systems. Closed Loop current and voltage transducers provide excellent
Selecting the right transducer is often a trade-off between accuracy at 25 °C, in general below 1 % of the nominal range,
several parameters: accuracy, frequency response, weight, and a reduced error over the specified temperature range,
dimensions, costs... The measuring accuracy for LEM thanks to their balanced flux operation.
transducers depends primarily on the operation principle.
IT and CT types are high performance transducers with
Open Loop transducers are calibrated during the manufacturing exceptional accuracy level over their operating temperature
process and typically provide an accuracy better than 2 % of range.
the nominal range at 25 °C. For additional offset and gain drift
parameter, please refer to individual datasheets. Individual datasheets provide all relevant information to
precisely calculate the overall accuracy of a given transducer in
New ASIC based Open Loop and Eta transducers are being a specific application.
developed to provide improvement in gain and offset drift over
traditional Open Loop transducers.
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V PN = 500 V ... 6400 V Datasheets: www.lem.com
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Voltage transducers (with built in resistor R1) (Mechanical mounting) CT-types Closed-loop AV

Packaging
±VPN ±VP Techno- VC V OUT f XG TA Type
logy I OUT T A = 25°C
@ VPN @ VPN with max
V V V kHz offset taken % °C No.

500 750 Isolation ± 12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-500


Amplifier

750 1125 Isolation ± 12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-750


Amplifier

1000 1500 Isolation ± 12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-1000


Amplifier

1500 2250 Isolation ± 12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-1500


Amplifier

2000 3000 Isolation ± 12...24 50 mA DC-13 (-3dB) 0.7 -40...+85 85 AV 100-2000


Amplifier

500 750 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-500

600 900 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-600

600 900 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0....+70 86 LV 100-600

800 1200 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-800

800 1200 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-800

800 1200 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/800

1000 1500 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-1000

1000 1500 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-1000

1200 1800 C/L ±12...15 25 mA ① 0.9 -25...+70 87 LV 25-1200

1200 1800 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-1200

1500 2250 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-1500

1600 2400 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/1600

2000 3000 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 86 LV 100-2000

2500 3750 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 90 LV 100-2500

3000 4500 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 90 LV 100-3000

3200 4800 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/3200

3500 5250 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 90 LV 100-3500

4000 6000 C/L ±15 50 mA ① 0.8 0...+70 90 LV 100-4000

6400 9600 C/L ±15...24 80 mA ① 0.8 -25...+70 88 LV 200-AW/2/6400

700 1000 CT ±15 10 V/1000 V DC-500 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-1000


(-1dB @ 50 % VPN)

840 1200 CT ±15 10 V/1200 V DC-800 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-1200


(-1dB @ 40 % VPN)

1000 1500 CT ±15 10 V/1500 V DC-800 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-1500


(-1dB @ 33% VPN)

1400 2000 CT ±15 10 V/2000 V DC-300 0.2 @VP -40...+85 89 CV 3-2000


(-1dB @ 25% VPN)

① See response time in the individual data sheet.


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