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Motortronics Medium Voltage Transformers

  • MODEL 3PT3-60 - Accuracy Class: 0.3 WX, 0.6M, 1.2Y at 100% rated voltage with 120V base ANSI burde
  • PTG3-1-60 & PTG3-2-60 (Insulation Level: 5.6 kV, 60kV BIL Full Wav) - Accuracy Class: 0.3 WXMY, 0.6M, 1.2Z at 100% rated voltage with 120V based ANSI burden. 0.3 WX, 0.6M, 1.2Y at 58% rated voltage with 69.3V based ANSI burde
  • PTW3-1-60 & PTW3-2-60 (Insulation Level: 5.6 kV, 60kV BIL Full Wave) - Accuracy Class: 0.3 WXMY, 1.2Z at 100% rated voltage with 120V based ANSI burden. 0.6 WX, 1.2MY at 58% rated voltage with 69.3V based ANSI burden
Motortronics Medium Voltage Transformers 5kV, 7.2kV & 15kV Class Distributors
Medium Voltage Transformer

If you are looking for Motortronics Transformers, please call us at (800) 894-0412 or Email us at info@clrwtr.com we will do our best to help you find the Motortronics Medium Voltage Transformer that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Phasetronics Current Transformer technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

Motortronics Low Voltage (600V Class) Transformers

  • Model 467 Single-Phase
  • Model 468 1-Phase
  • Model 460 Single-Phase
  • Model 450 Single-Phase
  • Model 475 Single-Phase
  • Model 2VT46 Three-Phase
  • Model 3VTN460 3-Phase Line To Neutral
  • Model 3VTL46 Three-Phase Line To Line
Motortronics Low Voltage (600V Class) Transformers Distributor
Low Voltage (600V Class) Transformer

Motortronics Current Transformers 600V Class Non-Ansi Rated Window Type

  • Frequency: 50 - 400 Hz
  • Insulation Level: 600 Volts, 10 kV BIL full wave
  • Application: With Ammeters, wattmeters, cross current compensation, energy management systems and instrumentation
  • Voltage: 600V Non-Ansi Rated Window Type
Motortronics Current Transformers 600V Class Non-Ansi Rated Window Type Distributors
Current Transformer Non-Ansi Rated Window Type

Motortronics Current Transformers Class 600V Ansi Rated Window Type

  • Frequency: 50 - 400 Hz
  • Insulation Level: 600 Volts, 10 kV BIL full wave
  • Application: Relay and Metering
  • Voltage: 600V Ansi Rated Window Type
Motortronics Current Transformers Class 600V Ansi Rated Window Type Distributor
Current Transformer Ansi Rated Window Type

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