Wide-Bandgap Ready ! – SMALLER. FASTER. TOUGHER.

Wide-Bandgap Ready ! SMALLER. FASTER. TOUGHER.

CFS1000 current sensor

Sensitec at PCIM EUROPE 2019 Exhibition for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management

Take the opportunity to find out more about the new CFS1000 current sensor. Be prepared for the challenges of tomorrow. In Nuremberg you have the opportunity to network with our experts and to explore our demos.

You will find us in hall 6 | booth 106.

May 07, 2019 - May 09, 2019 | Nuremberg, Germany

Exhibition ground

Nuremberg is the place where representatives from the fields of research and industry come together, where trends and developments are presented to the public for the first time, and where the entire value chain is covered – all the way from components to intelligent systems.

The exhibition presents current megatrends put into practice:

  • Wide Bandgap
  • Reliability/Robustness Validation
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Renewable Energies
  • Future Smart Power Grids



The SMD-housed CFS1000 with 500 kHz bandwidth enables the exact measurement of currents with very high switching frequencies. Galvanically isolated, coreless and robust, the ideal sensor for current measurements in power electronic systems based on Wide-Bandgap semiconductors.

The current sensor offers a high design flexibility with its wide measuring range. Its closed-loop-principle offers a high linearity and low temperature dependence. The differential field measurement principle, offers a high interference field suppression.

  • Galvanic isolation
  • Coreless current measurement up to 1000 A
  • Compensated differential field measurement (closed-loop-principle)
  • High bandwidth current measurement: DC, AC (up to 500 kHz)
  • Fast overcurrent detection with tunable threshold
  • AEC-Q100 qualified
Make an appointment – PCIM EUROPE - Hall 6 | Booth 106

Make an appointment PCIM EUROPE - Hall 6 | Booth 106

Find out why customers trust in Sensitec as a reliable and innovative partner.

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