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## Homework Statement

The output voltage of a current transducer is proportional to the the current it is detecting/reading. i need to know the constant of proportionality. apparently I should be able to find this on just on a datasheet.

## Homework Equations

Vout= K*I. what is K?

## The Attempt at a Solution

on the datasheet i do have the equation:

Vout= Vref +/- 0.625*(Ip/Ipn)

Ip is the current being measured(fine)

Ipn is the nominal rms current(which means?)

and it has Vref too.

how do i get it in the form of an equation that i can put in labview. I can only have two variables, the Vout, and the current being measured.

I would have understood nominal current to be the current that a component can take, but it may not be the actual current drawn by the load. but here the Ipn is +/-20 A while the

Ip has a range of +/-60 A. so do i just have the Ip/Ipn part as Ip/20 for the entire range?