I have done a project or two but am still very new to Arduino and IOT. I am trying to support an improvement drive at a client and for this I need to be able to measure the current on his three phase (380V) machines and send that data every minute or so to a database.
My main concern for now is to find the right type of inductive sensor to interface with an Arduino. One that can handle high currents (100A +) and which are preferably non-invasive (inductive).
Some of the industrial ones don't work on the 0-5V output for an Arduino's analogue reading. Are there good 0-5V output inductive current sensors out there? And alternatively, which ones are typically industry standard and what shields do I need to work with them?
Thanks in advance