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CT Series

Current Transformers

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Current transformers (CTs) are used for measurement of electric currents and can be known as instrument transformers. When current in a circuit is too high to directly apply to measuring instruments, a current transformer produces a reduced current accurately proportional to the current in the circuit, which can be conveniently connected to measuring and recording instruments. A current transformer also isolates the measuring instruments from what may be very high voltage in the monitored circuit. Current transformers are commonly used in metering and protective relays.

Features
  • Current ranges from 5-200A 50/60Hz
  • Fully encapsulated
  • Primary to secondary insulation 4Kvac
Applications :
  • Sensing Overload Current
  • Ground Fault Detection
  • Metering
  • Coupling Analog to Digital Circuits
Specifications
  • Current Rating (Amps):5A ~ 100A
  • Current Ratio:1000:1
  • DC Resistance (DCR):21.3Ohm ~ 49.3Ohm
  • Frequency Range:50/60Hz
  • Mounting Type:Through Hole
  • Termination Style:PC Pin
  • Type:Non-Invasive (Solid Core)
Parts

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CT-1020CT-1020CURR SENSE XFMR 20A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)20A-RoHS
CT-1005CT-1005CURR SENSE XFMR 5A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)5A-RoHS
CT-1010CT-1010CURR SENSE XFMR 10A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)10A-RoHS
CT-1025CT-1025CURR SENSE XFMR 25A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)25A-RoHS
CT-1015CT-1015CURR SENSE XFMR 15A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)15A-RoHS
CT-1100CT-1100CURR SENSE XFMR 100A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)100A-RoHS
CT-1040CT-1040CURR SENSE XFMR 40A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)40A-RoHS
CT-1075CT-1075CURR SENSE XFMR 75A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)75A-RoHS
CT-1030CT-1030CURR SENSE XFMR 30A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)30A-RoHS
CT-1050CT-1050CURR SENSE XFMR 50A T/H 50/60HzNon-Invasive (Solid Core)50A-RoHS

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