Current and voltage sensors, used for voltage and current monitoring, logging, or proof-of-operation applications, provide discrete or analog output signals compatible with most PLCs, data loggers, and SCADA systems. AcuAMP sensors are cost-effective and easy to install.
Current and voltage sensors provide a simple and cost-effective method to monitor electrical system performance and efficiency. Real-time current and voltage sensing make it possible to predict component failures, schedule preventative maintenance, and minimize downtime.
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1-phase AC current transducers offer sensing ranges up to 2000A and are available in a variety of sensing technologies such as linear for sinusoidal AC loads, True RMS for distorted AC waveforms, and adaptive True RMS for burst-fired SCR controllers that provide power in one cycle increments.
3-phase AC current transducers offer selectable sensing ranges up to 200A with averaging responding or True RMS output. Three sensing apertures with corresponding analog outputs eliminate the need for separate transducers; a fourth output supplies the average of the three phases.
DC current transducers combine a Hall effect sensor and signal conditioner for DC current applications up to 750A. These current transducers have jumper-selectable current input ranges, 4-20 mA or +/-10 VDC outputs, and are compatible with most PLCs, data loggers, and other monitoring equipment.
AC current switches offer fixed or adjustable trip points, sensing ranges up to 400A, fixed- or split-core mounting styles, and a variety of features such as a digital setpoint display, solid-state outputs, or field-adjustable time delayed outputs to minimize nuisance trips.
DC current switches combine a Hall effect sensor, signal conditioner, and limit alarm into a single package for monitoring applications up to 100A. These switches offer user-selectable current input ranges, a choice of N.O. solid-state or SPDT relay outputs, and removable terminal blocks.
This current indicator is a small LED ring that slides over a conductor to give a flashing indication of current flow. Ideal for use in control panels, it provides a cost-effective way to detect current flow to fans, heaters, pumps, lighting, or other powered devices.
AC current transducer/switch units combine a current transformer and signal conditioner in one unit, with both an analog output for monitoring and a solid-state output for a limit alarm. These units come with adjustable trip points up to 200A and include an LED setpoint display.
AC current transformers offer a compact, cost-effective means of measuring primary current, producing an output proportional to the current flowing through the sensing window. These current transformers are ideal for connecting to panel meter displays, data loggers, or chart recorders.