ICD-Series // Current measurement in a compact design
The ICD series is a compact system for current measurement. The ICD-A is suitable for an application in the automotive industry due to its connector, while the ICD-C is more suitable for the design industry.
The shunt-based measurement provides for a high level of accuracy and temperature compensation is also incorporated through the internal signal processing. External temperature influences are thus reduced to a minimum.
The ICD can be put into a sleep mode and measures its own consumption.
Both ICD systems are available with three different current-measuring ranges: ±100 A, ±300 A, ±500 A. The communication is based on a CAN-Bus-2.0 protocol with a data transmission rate of up to 1 Mbit/s.
Characteristics of the ICD-Series
- Measurement range 100, 300 und 500 A
- Flat housing
- CANbus 2.0
- Determining the independent consumption
- Sleep mode
- CANbus with DBC-File
- Accuracy: 0.1% of the measured value