Danisense was founded in 2012 and specialises in high precision current transducers making us able to create new ways for the current sensing market.
Danisense offers current sensors with a very high perceived quality, extremely flat frequency response and outstanding DC stability.

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3rd September 2019
Danisense opens DC calibration test lab

A DC calibration test lab has been established by Danisense at its Danish headquarters and manufacturing site in Taastrup. A free service for its high voltage 500V and 10,000V products, units are 100% tested and shipped with a Certificate of Calibration which details the actual current error (always significantly less than the ppm values specified in the datasheet), the error without offset and the linearity error.

5th July 2019
Sensor family aids power measurement accuracy

National Instruments (NI) says it has selected Danisense products as its preferred current measurement sensor family for use with its RM-269994-channel power measurements conditioner. The Danisense DS50UB-10V, DS200UB-10V, DS600UB-10V and DS2000UB-10V current transducers features high accuracy, high bandwidth and low phase shift which are key requirements for accurate power measurement.

29th April 2019
Current transducers provide immunity to magnetic fields

Danisense has announced that its current transducers have been used by teams at CERN as part of a significant upgrade programme. The Danisense zero-flux DC current transducers (DCCT) are used in the design of QTRIM power supplies for the PS booster accelerator which are part of a chain of accelerators that inject the beam into the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics.

26th April 2019
Achieving very precise measurement

  There are many different types of current measurement technologies, from basic shunt and Hall Effect devices to more complex systems, explains Loic Moreau, Danisense

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