Product News: Sensors, Monitors & Transducers
Rogowski Coils sense and measure current.
Press Release Summary:
January 20, 2014 - Able to directly interface to WAGO's I/O System and JUMPFLEX® with flexible configuration, Rogowski coil current sensors provide electronic measurement of AC currents with galvanic isolation between primary current (power) and secondary circuit (measurement). Installation is accomplished by wrapping coil around conductor or bus bar and snapping together; no mounting is required. Suited for power measurement and energy monitoring applications, 855 Series can measure up to 2,000 A.
Original Press Release
Rogowski Coil Current Sensor and Measurement
Press release date: January 1, 2014
GERMANTOWN, WI -- WAGO Corporation's Rogowski coil current measurement products, part of the new power measurement family, offer fast and convenient installation, even in existing systems. Simply wrap the coil around the conductor or bus bar and snap together, no mounting required.
WAGO's new Rogowski coils offer direct interfacing to WAGO's I/O System and JUMPFLEX® with flexible configuration. The 857-552 JUMPFLEX® module converts the Rogowski coil to standard analog signal types (i.e. 0-10V, 4-20mA). The 750-495/000-002 WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM power measurement module directly accepts the output of a Rogowski coil. For extended distances, the 789 Series Rowgoski coil interface module can be added.
Rogowski coil current sensors provide electronic measurement of AC currents, with galvanic isolation between the primary current (power) and secondary circuit (measurement). Ideal for power measurement and energy monitoring applications, the 855 Series Rogowski coils can measure up to 2,000 amps.
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