Current Monitoring Relays provide solid-state output.
February 12, 2004 - DIN rail mount Series DIA53 is 17.5 mm wide with 12 mm through-hole. Self-powered units can monitor up to 100 A ac with isolated transistor output. Current monitoring ranges are available for 2-20 A, 5-50 A, and 10-100 A ac, and relays can be wired for NPN or PNP switching. Red LED visually indicates alarm condition.
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Carlo GAVAZZI Automation Components
750 Hastings Lane
Buffalo Grove, IL, 60089
Self-Contained 100A Current Monitor in Compact Housing
February 10, 2004 - Buffalo Grove, Illinois - Carlo Gavazzi has announced the introduction of the DIA53 Series, a new current monitoring relay with a solid-state output.
In many applications it is required to know if a load is active or not and provide this information to an indicator or PLC for further processing. In the past, it was necessary to use an auxiliary power supply and a current transformer.
Now, things are much easier thanks to the new DIA53 current relay. In a DIN rail mount housing 17.5 mm wide with a 12mm through-hole, the DIA53 is self-powered and capable of monitoring up to 100A AC with an isolated transistor output. Current monitoring ranges are available for: 2-20A, 5-50A and 10-100A AC. To minimize inventory, it can be wired for NPN or PNP switching. A red LED visually indicates an alarm condition.
Any questions regarding this press release should be directed to Dan Dudici, Product Manager: 847.465.6100 x119 or email@example.com
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CARLO GAVAZZI Automation Components, 750 Hastings Lane, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089, Phone: 847.465.6100, Fax: 800.222.2659, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.GavazziOnline.com