AC current Transducers (Transmitters) models with 0-5V, 0-10V, 0-20m, and 4-20mA proportional DC output.
Windowed Current Transducers (Transmitters): Come with a direct measuring system that eliminates the need for CTs. All you have to do is pass the current conductor through a window in the transducers encapsulation to get an AC measurement with galvanic isolation and broad waveband. Hall technology.
Current Transducers (Transmitters) with Terminal: Normally used in measuring low current values. In these models, the conductor must be fixated in the transducers terminals. They come with hall technology, allowing for measuring with galvanic isolation and broad waveband.
Current Transducers (Transmitters) that use external hall sensor: Unlike the Windowed e Terminal models, which have current measuring points integrated in the DIN standard board fixation encapsulation itself, these need AC Current (HALL Effect) Sensors (probes) for measuring. These are used when there is variation in the frequency, the current amplitude is high or when measuring points are located remotely (away from the panel).
Current Transducers (Transmitters) that use CT (Current Transformer):
Used for AC measuring. Need CTs (Current Transformers) for measuring.
These are ideal for when the current amplitude is high or when measuring
points are located remotely (away from the panel).
Observation: In case theres a need to reproduce the shape of the wave measured, see the transducer models for instantaneous measuring (IM). Click here.
Multiplexer (Concentrator): In cases where there are several measuring points that need to send data to only one place (equipment), the Multiplexer (Concentrator) receives information from several transducers and concentrates them in only one output.