The split core current transformer has a measuring range of 0.00mA～30A AC, CT size of 25mm, and an accuracy grade of 0.5. Clamp the live wire and neutral wire together at the same time to measure the leakage current of cables and electrical equipment. The high frequency current transformer is suitable for energy management control and metering applications.
Non-contact measurement is convenient, fast, and safe.
- Open-close structure, no need to disconnect the measured line without power failure, especially suitable for online installation. Non-contact measurement, is convenient, fast, and safe.
- sisco split core current transformer adopts PoMo alloy core, CT double shielding technology, stable performance and high precision, strong anti-interference ability, suitable for complex interference environment.
- The range, ratio, and output interface of the sensor can be customized according to customer requirements.
- A split core current transformer enables to clamp of the fire wire and zero wire together to measure the leakage current of cable wires and electrical equipment.
- The split core current transformer is available with either a current signal or a voltage signal.
High-precision split current transformers are an indispensable accessory for small, medium, and large electronic companies. The sisco slip 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 split-core current transformer?
A1: Split core current transformer is made of high strength PVC shell, fully cast busbar type structure. a split core current transformer is directly stuck on the cable with three sexual rubber rings against the cable and the cable one. The transformer core uses better silicon steel rolled, the secondary wire evenly wound in the core. Transformers for the open and closed structures can be installed without cutting the cable.
Q2: What is the meaning of the circles of the split core current transformer?
A2: On electrical system diagrams, a small circle is often used to represent a winding, and a circle is used to represent a winding. If you have two circles in a series, that means that the open and closed current transformer has two windings. If you have three circles in a series, that means you have three windings.
Q3: What is a split core current transformer error?
A3: Due to the structure of the split core current transformer core and material properties, the current transformer has an excitation current I0, which makes it produces errors.
Tips: How to fix the split core current transformer?
The split core current sensor is a good transformer to protect the equipment and the user's safety.
- Fixing with clamping screws. The shaft of the split core current transformer is clamped by using the tightening force of the hexagonal recessed head bolt to reduce the gap. This method is easy to install and disassemble without causing damage to the shaft.
- Keyway fixing. To prevent axial slippage, a combination of set screw fixing and clamping screw fixing is usually used. This fixing method is suitable for high-torque drives.
- Expansion sleeve fixing. Tightening the four set screws on the end face, this method is suitable for the connection and fixing of some high-torque stepper motors and servo motors.
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