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Sensors Monitors & Transducers -> Transducers -> Electrical & Electromagnetic Transducers


Electrical & Electromagnetic Transducers




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Power Transducers measure 3-phase wattage consumption.

Power Transducers measure 3-phase wattage consumption.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Feb 25, 2014 Housed in compact DIN mounted case, APT Series measures 3 phases of current and voltage and produces analog signal proportional to watts used. Monitor uses current transformers to measure amperes, and line voltage connects directly to transducer, up to 600 Vac. Transducers can be configured to accept 5 A secondary current transformers or ProteCT™ low voltage output sensors. Equipped with finger safe terminals, units are externally powered and offer 4–20 mA, 0–5 Vdc, or 0–10 Vdc output.

Three-Wire Transducer monitors DC current.

Three-Wire Transducer monitors DC current.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Dec 23, 2013 Specifically designed in compact, space-saving case, DT Series 3-Wire Current Transducer uses common point for both power supply and output signal, and is factory-calibrated for single current range. Unit features industry standard outputs of 0–5 or 0–10 Vdc proportional to DC current. Powered by 24 Vdc, transducer is suited for photovoltaic panel monitoring, hoists, DC motor protection, and wind-driven generators.

Analog Transducer supports frequency voltage signals.

Analog Transducer supports frequency voltage signals.

Phoenix Contact    Harrisburg, PA 17111 0100
Jul 02, 2013 Featuring 6.2 mm thick housing, MINI Analog Transducer converts measured signals into linear current or voltage signal. Common types of inputs include dry relay contacts, NAMUR sensors, NPN and PNP signals. Hot-swappable signal conditioning slices clip onto powering T-bus connector without removing bus bars or bridging. Offering dip-switch programmable setup, transducer provides power circuit range of 9.6–30 Vdc and transmission error of 0.1%.

AC Current Transducer monitors heating element controls.

AC Current Transducer monitors heating element controls.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Jun 11, 2013 Without requiring external current transformer or shorting blocks, ATH Series monitors power controlled by phase-angled fired, burst fired, or time proportioned silicon-controlled rectifiers in heating applications. Time Integration functionality provides output signal directly proportional to RMS amperage. Installed via 2-screw panel mount or with optional DIN rail brackets, transducer is available in split-core and solid-core models with 3 standard outputs of 4–20 mA, 0–5 Vdc, and 0–10 Vdc.

Current Transducers  monitor distorted AC current.

Current Transducers monitor distorted AC current.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Feb 07, 2013 Combining transformer and true RMS signal conditioner in single package, ATPR E-Out Series produces 0–5 or 0–10 Vdc RMS output on distorted waveforms located in output of variable frequency drives, phase angle fired heating controls, and on linear loads in noisy power environments. Output is proportional to current flowing in circuit even with high distortion or harmonic loads. Field selectable ranges accommodate changes in load conditions, while split core housing facilitates installation.

Current Transducer/Switch monitors AC current up to 1,200 A.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Jul 10, 2012 Combining limit alarm with analog output signal transducer, ATS Series monitors produced or consumed AC current up to 1,200 A, while magnetically isolating outputs and inputs to maximize safety. Rotary switch enables user to set trip point, while DIN rail mounting facilitates installation and provides secure mount that is resistant to conductor movement. With single self-contained current switch, users can monitor air handling blowers, pumps, crushers, and other large loads.

Transducers enable true RMS voltage and current measurement.

Transducers enable true RMS voltage and current measurement.

Ohio Semitronics, Inc.    Hilliard, OH 43026
Jun 27, 2012 Single-phase, RoHS-compliant MVTR and MCTR series are respectively used for measuring true RMS voltage and true RMS current in diverse industrial environments. Supplied in 35 mm DIN rail enclosure, products impart fully isolated, 4-20 mA output proportional to related input voltage or current for sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal inputs found among variable frequency applications. Instrument power is supplied via control industry standard 4-20 mA loop power to facilitate installation.

Large Aperture Transducers facilitate dc current monitoring.

Large Aperture Transducers facilitate dc current monitoring.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Jan 13, 2012 DT Series combines hall effect sensor and signal conditioner into one package for use in DC current applications up to 1,200 A. Available in factory calibrated ranges that facilitate operation while also eliminating zero and span pots, large aperture current transducers offer 4-20 mA, 0-5 Vdc, or 0-10 Vdc outputs that are magnetically isolated from input for maximum safety. While internal power regulation delivers reliable operation, DIN-rail mount enclosure facilitates installation.

Voltage Transducers help avoid motor overheating.

Voltage Transducers help avoid motor overheating.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Oct 13, 2011 Packaged in 35 mm wide DIN rail enclosure, VTD Series offers solution for monitoring, detecting, and diagnosing voltage conditions in DC-powered installations, including industrial motors, battery chargers, photovoltaic arrays, and wind generators. Units operate on circuits from 0-15 to 0-600 Vdc and deliver fully isolated 4-20 mA loop-powered output, facilitating use with controllers, data loggers, and SCADA equipment. To maximize safety, input and output circuitry is fully isolated.

Current Transducers monitor machine current usage.

Current Transducers monitor machine current usage.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Aug 04, 2011 With open collector transistor frequency output design, ATQ Series is used as input to high-speed counter or frequency PLC modules, panel meters, or programmable relays, to monitor machine current usage to within ±1% of range. Multiple ranges from 0-2 to 0-200 A are available to meet needs of particular applications. Split-core enclosure facilitates installation by eliminating need to disconnect monitored conductor to install sensor.

Current Transducers monitor usage of loads up to 2,000 A.

Current Transducers monitor usage of loads up to 2,000 A.

NK Technologies    San Jose, CA 95136
Jun 20, 2011 Monitoring resistive or inductive loads to detect current usage on large machines using AC current, ATCR Series flexible loop current transducers consist of sensing coil and True RMS signal conditioner. Each model uses 2 wires to provide power supply and output signal, allowing installer to pass coil around conductors without disconnecting existing wires. Supplied in 35 mm DIN-rail mount enclosure, series offers single range functionality and output magnetically isolated from input.

Current Sensor detects up to 2,000 A with ±0.2% accuracy.

Current Sensor detects up to 2,000 A with ±0.2% accuracy.

PREMO Group    Barcelona   Spain
Dec 01, 2010 Featuring range starting as low as 4 mA, accuracy of 0.2%, and linearity of 0.1%, HCT-2000LF closed-loop Hall Effect current transducer is tolerant to noise and disturbance and designed for full mechanical and functional compatibility with industry standards. Input supply symmetrical voltage accommodates power supplies from 15-24 V, while electronics and hall effect sensing components are optimized for high availability operation. Current offset can be trimmed and compensated by software.

Transducers provide DC current monitoring.

American Aerospace Controls, Inc. (AAC)    Farmingdale, NY 11735
Aug 25, 2009 Available for differential and ground fault current monitoring, space flight Series S 767 and military grade Series 913 B provide isolated analog output directly proportional to input magnetically. Featuring ½ in. aperture, Series S 767 operates on 22-36 Vdc power with response time of 50 ms. Series 913 B, designed with ¾ in. aperture, operates from 24-32 Vdc power with response time of 1 ms. Both chassis-mount series feature 0 to +5 V output and accuracy of 1% FS.

AC Current Detectors come in clamp-on and pass-thru models.

AC Current Detectors come in clamp-on and pass-thru models.

American Aerospace Controls, Inc. (AAC)    Farmingdale, NY 11735
Jul 16, 2009 Designed to compare AC input to fixed or adjustable current threshold, Series 870 and ACS-3 provide isolated switch or relay output that is activated as required. Housed in metal case and operating from -20 to +71°C, Series 870 features SPDT relay output with 10 A contacts, frequency from 47-63 Hz, and ¾ in. dia aperture. Series ACS-3, operating from -50 to +65°C, is housed in plastic case with solid state switch output, frequency from 6-100 Hz, and response time of 200 msec.

Non-Invasive Current Transducer measures up to 4,000 A.

LEM Holding SA    Plan-les-Ouates CH-1228  Switzerland
May 28, 2009 Able to measure currents to 4,000 ARMS in conductors of up to 268 mm dia, ITL 4000-S allows isolated measurement of AC, DC, and pulsed currents up to three times nominal value for peak measurement at frequencies to 50 kHz (±1 dB). Closed-loop Fluxgate technology ensures measurement accuracy (±0.1% of IPN) over -40 to +70°C operating range. This accuracy also allows measurement of small DC currents in presence of large AC components.

Current Transducers meet military/industrial specifications.

American Aerospace Controls, Inc. (AAC)    Farmingdale, NY 11735
Apr 01, 2009 With supply voltage of +22 to +32 Vdc, military-grade, bi-directional Series S651 provides output of 0 to ±5 V with accuracy of 1% full scale. Current ranges are 0 to ±100 A to 0 to ±200 A. Operating from -40 to +65°C, devices feature frequency range of DC-3.5 kHz and 100 µsec response time. Industrial grade, bi-directional Series S764 offers current ranges from 0 to ±20 A to 0 to ±100 A.

Current Transducers measure current from 6-50 Arms.

Current Transducers measure current from 6-50 Arms.

LEM Holding SA    Plan-les-Ouates CH-1228  Switzerland
Feb 20, 2009 Designed for AC and DC isolated current measurement from 6-50 Arms nominal, CAS, CASR and CKSR family of PCB mounted current transducers feature 7-30 ppm/K of thermal offset drift, and have response time less than 0.3 microsec. Products utilize Closed Loop Fluxgate technology, and operate from single 5 V supply. Plastic case of unit has Comparative Tracking Index of 600. CKSR model has one more primary pin than 3 pins of CAS/CASR models which enables creepage and clearance distances of 8.2 mm.

Transducer features overload capacity up to 1,000 A.

Transducer features overload capacity up to 1,000 A.

Grupo Premo    Barcelona   Spain
Jan 05, 2009 Based on low consumption Fluxgate Technology, Series DCT-200A measures DC, AC currents, with precision levels of 99.9% of linearity and 5 ppm of linear error. It offers wide band-width of up to 100 kHz, up to 200 A, and measures 52 x 52 x 37 mm. Featuring immunity to all kind of interferences, unit suits energy measurement systems, medical equipment, high stability inverters, and high power supply applications.

Transducers measure -90 to +90 phase differences.

Transducers measure -90 to +90 phase differences.

C R Magnetics, Inc.    St. Louis, MO 63122
Nov 05, 2008 Designed to sense phase angle difference between ac current and voltage signals, CR6300 Series includes 3 models with 0-5 Vdc, 0-10 Vdc, or 4-20 mAdc output. Units are powered by single 24 Vdc power supply, and have window openings to accommodate current carrying wires up to .26 in. diameters. They offer up to 500 V input voltage and up to 25 A of current. Housed in 3.26 x 1.42 x 2.99 in. package, transducers can be mounted on 35 mm DIN rails or surface panels.

Voltage Transducer measures 134 x 54.22 x 147.25 mm.

LEM Holding SA    Plan-les-Ouates CH-1228  Switzerland
Oct 01, 2008 Featuring insulating technology, DC Class 1 Accuracy DV Series Voltage Transducer is designed for insulated voltage measurements from 1,200-4,200 Vrms. It features current consumption of 19-23 mA, frequency bandwidth of 12 kHz, and safety insulation voltage of 18.5 kV. Suited for energy metering applications, unit meets demands of modern rail systems and fulfils all new EMC requirements. CE marked device offers high level of partial discharge extinction voltage.




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