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Colin N Gunn, Stewart J Harding, Marc A Ricci, Daniel N Loewen, Peter C Cowan, Martin A Hancock: Current sensor assembly. Power Measurement, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, July 7, 2009: US07557563 (179 worldwide citation)

A sensor apparatus for measuring power parameters on a power conductor, such as a high voltage transmission line may include a corona structure, an electronics assembly and a conductor mountable device. The corona structure may define an outer boundary surrounding the electronics assembly and the co ...


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Ertugrul Berkcan: Apparatus for sensing current. General Electric Company, Patrick K Patnode, Christian G Cabou, November 8, 2005: US06963195 (35 worldwide citation)

A current sensor assembly includes a sensor coil, an electrostatic shield coil, a core, a housing, and a magnetic shield. The sensing coil, electrostatic shield coil, core, housing, and magnetic shield can be of toroidal symmetry and arranged coaxially about a pair of primary current conductors. The ...


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Garry M Loy: Electrical-energy meter. Elster Electricity, Woodcock Washburn, September 25, 2007: US07274187 (34 worldwide citation)

A presently-preferred embodiment of an electrical-energy meter comprises a base adapted to be mounted on a supporting surface, a current sensor assembly comprising a plurality of contact blades extending through the base and adapted to electrically contact a conductor of electrical energy, and a cur ...


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Ertugrul Berkcan: Current sensor assembly with electrostatic shield. General Electric Company, Marvin Snyder, Douglas E Stoner, February 6, 2001: US06184672 (34 worldwide citation)

A current sensor assembly includes a sensor coil, an electrostatic shield coil, a core, a housing, and a magnetic shield. The sensing coil, electrostatic shield coil, core, housing, and magnetic shield can be of toroidal symmetry and arranged coaxially about a pair of primary current conductors. The ...


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Paul Wells: Current sensor assembly and method. IIMorrow, William A Birdwell & Associates, December 15, 1992: US05172052 (23 worldwide citation)

An electric current sensor assembly and method. A housing containing a Hall effect device is provided with at least one curved, concave surface for placement against a wire carrying a current. The housing is attached to the wire by a strap that fastens around the housing and the wire and fits in gro ...


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Garry M Loy: Electrical-energy meter. Elster Electricity, Woodcock Washburn, January 4, 2005: US06838867 (22 worldwide citation)

A presently-preferred embodiment of an electrical-energy meter comprises a base adapted to be mounted on a supporting surface, a current sensor assembly comprising a plurality of contact blades extending through the base and adapted to electrically contact a conductor of electrical energy, and a cur ...


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Larry Stephen Price, David Justin Watson: Flexible eddy current test probe. United Western Technologies, Marger Johnson & McCollom, September 5, 2000: US06114849 (19 worldwide citation)

An eddy current test probe having a flexible sensor assembly for non-destructive testing of conductive parts. The flexible eddy current sensor assembly includes a coil assembly having a drive coil and a receive coil positioned in close proximity to each other to maximize inductive coupling. The driv ...


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Garry M Loy: Electrical-energy meter. Elster Electricity, Woodcock Washburn, January 24, 2006: US06989667 (16 worldwide citation)

A presently-preferred embodiment of an electrical-energy meter comprises a base adapted to be mounted on a supporting surface, a current sensor assembly comprising a plurality of contact blades extending through the base and adapted to electrically contact a conductor of electrical energy, and a cur ...


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Herbert R Weischedel: Eddy current sensor assembly for detecting structural faults in magnetically permeable objects. NDT Technologies, McCormick Paulding & H uber, July 24, 2001: US06265870 (9 worldwide citation)

An eddy current sensor assembly of a magnetic inspection device is for nondestructive detection of structural faults in an elongated magnetically permeable object, such as a pipe. The sensor assembly has an auxiliary magnet including first and second auxiliary magnetic poles oppositely polarized rel ...


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Ertugrul Berkcan, Daniel Arthur Staver, David Dean Elmore, David Carl Coburn, Glenn Alan Watts: Primary current conductor configurations for a residential electronic meter. General Electric Company, Donald S Ingraham, Christian G Cabou, June 4, 2002: US06400130 (6 worldwide citation)

A current sensor assembly includes a plurality of symmetric current conductors that pass asymmetrically through an opening in a toroidal core having a sensing winding wound on the core. A blade is connected to each end of the conductors. Each of the conductors has the general shape of a ā€œVā€ as viewe ...