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8 January 2008 Application of the Pockels effect to electric current measurement
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The traditional way to measure an electric field electrically disturbs the original field, so that can cause a number of measuring problems. Using a Pockels' crystal to measure an electric field has several advantages over electrical methods, such as interference from electromagnetic radiation, high sensitivity and wide frequency bandwidth. This paper presents a kind of new optical method for measuring electric current, this new method makes the Sensing Technology on Pockels effect, Faraday effect and optical Technology together. The sensor combines a Rogowski coil with a passive integrator located in the high-voltage environment. Test results from 20 A to 1.5 kA show the sensor to be highly linear, exceeding 0.2% linearity standards.
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Fei Long, Jianhuan Zhang, Zhiwei Yuan, and Chunrong Xie "Application of the Pockels effect to electric current measurement", Proc. SPIE 6838, Optoelectronic Devices and Integration II, 68381H (8 January 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.753841
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