Buy 10000A AC flexible current transformer online, resolution 10mA, coil diameter Φ7.5mm, coil length and interface are customizable. Flexible current transformer is the ideal tool for detecting AC currents, high harmonic currents, complex waveform currents, transient inrush currents.
Non-contact measurement, safe and reliable.
- The flexible coil current transformer consists of a coil and a handle, without any exposed metal conductor in the coil part, non-contact measurement, safe and reliable.
- The flexible current transformer is small, light, flexible, and suitable for narrow environments and densely lined places, as well as for measuring conductor currents of large size or irregular shape.
- Wide measurement range, high accuracy, high reliability, and wide response band. It is especially suitable for relay protection, silicon-controlled rectification, frequency control, semiconductor switching, power electronic conversion equipment, arc welding, and other industrial environments with severe signal distortion.
Flexible current transformers are an indispensable accessory for small, medium, and large electronic companies. The sisco flexible current transformer is suitable for use in power equipment testing, communications and telecommunications, railway and oilfield monitoring, building and construction companies, research and teaching units, industrial and mining records, and other fields.
Q1: What is a flexible current transformer?
A1: A flexible current transformer is an AC current sensor consisting of a toroidal coil uniformly wound on a non-ferromagnetic material and an integrator. The output signal is the differentiation of current against time and can be directly applied to the conductor being measured to measure AC current.
Q2: What are the advantages of flexible current transformers?
A2: Flexible current transformers are essentially just a pair of cables, allowing you to easily reach even the tightest sections. This feature is also particularly handy when you are working in high places. The design of the flexible current transformer eliminates the risk of encountering a secondary open circuit. As a result, the risk of electrocution or transformer overload is mitigated. Of course, this doesn't mean you can be lax about safety procedures, but it does provide a sense of security when working.
Q3: What are the wiring methods of current transformers?
A3: There are two types of current transformer wiring, the first is the use of two current transformers two-phase V-shaped wiring and two-phase current differential wiring, and the second is the use of three current transformers three-phase Y-shaped wiring, three-phase triangle wiring, and zero sequence wiring.
Tips: Current transformer wiring principles
- Do not allow open circuits. A secondary open circuit is easy to cause safety accidents because the secondary open circuit will lead to core overheating and induction of high voltage.
- There must be a point of grounding. A current transformer is a measurement for high voltage, if there is a point of grounding, you can introduce high voltage to the earth, but note that grounding can not be two points, so as not to shunt.
- Protection level and measurement level can not be connected to the wrong. Once the two are connected wrong, then it may lead to relay protection is not responsive and inaccurate power measurement.
- Unused windings need to be shorted to avoid affecting the measurement accuracy, but the current transformer has multiple taps, the unused taps that need to be carried out and can not be shorted.
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