The following components have the same identification marking and the same properties. as far as I know. The component is part of an diesel electrical generator controller and it connects to the inductive current sensor, to measure the current on one of the phases.
The properties of this component are as follows:
- It has 4 leads.
- The two input leads (which connect to the sensor) measure almost 0 ohm resistance and 0 V in diode mode.
- The two output leads (which connect to a voltage divider then an ADC chip) measure 265 to 268 ohm resistance and 0.255 V on the diode mode, both ways.
- There's no continuity between the input and output.
As far as I can tell, this seems like an isolation transformer for this input. Is it simply that?
I need to replace a couple of these components, so I need to know the right name and manufacturer so I can order some. Googling what was written on them (P&V 100487) didn't help.
The component size is around 8 x 15 x 15 mm.
I don't have a tool to measure inductance.