The Farnell line-card includes current transducers spanning 50 to 2,000A. All are based on Danisense’s closed loop, flux gate sensor technology, which is said to result in accurate, stable and repeatable measurement. Products are made in Danisense’s vertically-integrated Danish facility.
Danisense’s sales and marketing director, Loic Moreau, said: “We are delighted that we now have signed a global distribution agreement with Farnell, one of the world’s leading distributors. We believe that Farnell’s broad experience in many different markets and their global presence will help drive our business forward.”
Farnell’s VP of product and supplier management, Simon Meadmore, added: “This new agreement with Danisense offers a platform to further expand Farnell’s portfolio of high accuracy current transducers for applications like e-mobility, power converters, oscilloscopes, multimeters, medical equipment and battery storage.”