The 330mv AC series of split core current sensors are ideal for installation on existing electrical wiring by snapping around the conductor without requiring and rewiring or interruption of the existing power cabling. UL listed product.
The current flowing through the core of this CT produces an output signal from 0 to 330mv ac, proportional to the current. The signal is a low voltage mv ac signal which needs signal conditioning before going into the typical controller.
The 330mvac signal is compatible with our T3-6CT and the Wattnode power meter on this site.
Primary Current: models from 1A up to 1000A available
Full scale output: 330mVac, compatible with industry standard power meters
Current Ratio: 3000:1
Insulation Voltage: 600Vac
Maximum Primary Voltage: 5000VAC (Insulated Conductor)
The T3E-6CT is general purpose input / ouput modules for building integrators, providing convenient termination for field devices and interfacing to your HVAC, lighting, temperature sensors, and other typical building automation applications.
These split core current sensors are cost-effective tools for monitoring single phase AC loads such as fans, pumps, and compressors. The split core design and the self powered electronics make for very simple installation. They are suitable for general monitoring and alarming of HVAC systems for conditions such as a slipped belt or an impending bearing failure.
The split core current transformer are used for monitoring power of large electrical loads and electrical services. Current flowing in the primary conductor creates a proportional current in the secondary output coil with a range of 0 to 5 amps. This is typically used to drive current indicators on large electrical panels. It is also compatible with commonly used power meters in the industry such as our Three Phase Power Meter.
are ideal where space is limited, such as when metering multiple loads within a panel board. Use for current measurement, energy metering, load surveys, demand metering, energy research, and submetering applications.