Our power monitoring sensors measure loads and improve performance by providing instantaneous True Power kW or accumulated kWh data. They are simple, reliable and accurate. Digital communications are available in some models. Contact the factory or a local distributor for more information.
APT Power Transducers measure three phases of current and voltage, and produces an industry standard analog signal proportional to the watts used.
The monitor uses current transformers to measure the amperes, and the line voltage connects directly to the transducer, up to 600 VAC.
The APT power transducer can be configured to accept 5 A secondary current transformers or the safer ProteCT low voltage output sensors.
Either type of current sensing will produce an accurate output signal to help you identify areas of excessive energy consumption and allow intervention to reduce demand.
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APN Series Power Monitors measure three phases of current and voltage and compute fourteen values necessary to track power usage. The monitor uses current transformers to measure the amperes. The line voltage connects directly to the transducer, up to 600 VAC. The result is 14 data points in the RS485 Modbus RTU format.
There is also a pulse contact which opens and closes as watt hours are accumulated. The APN can be configured to accept 5 A secondary current transformers or the safer ProteCT low voltage output CTs. Either type will produce an accurate set of data to help you save energy and avoid utility surcharges.
APS Series kWH Power Transducers offer an inexpensive way to measure kWH on single- and three-phase balanced loads.
The APS Series constantly measures motor power consumption, which is proportional to the amount of work being done and an indication of the motor load.
Ideal for mixing, grinding, machining and pumping applications where power measurement is needed, the APS Series includes a CT, voltage sensor and output signal conditioner in a single package designed for easy installation. Available for input currents up to 180A and nominal voltages up to 480VAC.
Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse in Boise, Idaho stocks some NK Technologies products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct APT series transducer for your application in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Whether we have APMR series relay in stock in Boise, Idaho or need to ship direct from NK Technologies to any USA cities; Clearwater Tech can get APN series transducer to you fast and save money! It will be very helpful if you have the APO series transducer part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for APS series transducer that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for NK power sensing products, our application engineers will be able to help you figure out the part numbers and get the price quote to you as soon as possible.
The KRDM Series is a compact time delay relay measuring only 2 in. (50.8 mm) square. Its solid state timing circuit provides excellent repeat accuracy and stability. Encapsulation protects against shock, vibration, and humidity. The KRDM Series is a cost effective approach for OEM applications that require small size, isolation, reliability, and long life.
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At Slower Rates, averaging can be accomplished by programming the "Rate Minimum Update Time" (0.5 sec. to 16 sec.) for the desired response. The minimum input frequency is 0.03 counts/sec. or one pulse every 32 seconds. Extensive scaling capabilities allow practically any desired reading at very slow input rates. The output(s) can be assigned to either the Rate or Count channel, or one output to each. When programmed as a Dual Counter,