AT/ATR-FL Series AC Current Transducers combine a current transformer and a signal conditioner into a single package for applications from 100 A to 2000 A. The AT version is Average Responding for use on linear (sinusoidal) loads.
The ATR version is True RMS for use on distorted waveforms found in VFD or SCR ouputs. The AT/ATR-FL Series AC Current Transducers are available in a solid-core case.
AT/ATR-FL Series Fixed Core
The current waveform of a typical linear load is a pure sine wave. AT transducers measure the peaks of these sine waves, then calculate the average amperage.
This works well on constant speed linear loads in "clean" power environments. Select AT transducers for strictly linear loads on "clean" power.
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AC Current Transducer Applications
- Large Pumps - Detect dry run electronically.
- Power Generation - Measure the output of generators.
- Electric Heating Elements
- Monitors heater loads.
- Faster response than temperature sensors.
VFD and SCR output waveforms are rough approximations of a sine wave. There are numerous spikes and dips in a mathematical algorithm called "True RMS," which integrates the actual waveform over time. The output is the amperage component of the true power (heating value) of the AC current waveform. True RMS is the only way to accurately measure distorted AC waveforms. Select ATR transducers for nonlinear loads on "noisy power."
AC Current Transducer Features
- Large Aperture - Accommodates large conductors or wire bundles.
- Select the Right Output
- True RMS technology is accurate on distorted wave form like those associated with VFD or SCR outputs.
- Average Responding for use with linear, sinusoidal waveforms.
- Jumper Selectable Ranges
- Reduces inventory.
- Eliminates zero and span pots.
- Output is magnetically isolated from the input for safety.
- Eliminates insertion loss (voltage drop).
- Agency Approved - UL, CUL approved.
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DC/DC Converter or the 50-W and 250-W power class in a compact metal housing for mounting on the terminal rail. Nine versions are available with rated voltages of 5 V, 12 V, 15 V, 24 V and 48 V on the input and output side. The electrically isolated DC/DC converter from the PRO-M series avoids critical earth loops. From an unregulated or distorted input voltage, it can generate a stable, low-distortion output voltage.