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NK Technologies Voltage Transducers

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NK Technologies DC Voltage Tranducers - VTD Series


The VTD Series Voltage Transducers are high-performance transducers for sensing voltage in DC powered installations. Applicable for use on circuits to 600 VDC, VTD voltage transducers provide fully isolated 0–5 VDC, 0–10 VDC, and 4–20 mA outputs proportional to rated nominal voltage in DC circuits.

  •  Input up to 600V, in 6 ranges
  •  V or mA output
  •  Input and output isolation
  •  DIN rail mount


NK Technologies AC Voltage Transducers - VTR Series


The VTR Series AC Voltage Transducers are high-performance True RMS transducers for sensing voltage in single- and three phase installations. Applicable on circuits of 120 V, 240 V, 480 V and 600 V, the VTR Series voltage transducers provide a fully isolated, 4–20 mA output proportional to rated voltage in sinusoidal situations.

  •  TRMS measurement
  •  Loop-powered output
  •  Input and output isolation
  •  DIN rail mount


NK Technologies High Voltage AC/DC Transducer - VTU Series


The VTU series of voltage transducers provide very high accuracy and safety in a panel or DIN rail mounted housing. One sensor design can measure DC or AC circuit voltages to 1200 volts, and produce an analog signal directly proportional to the voltage connected.

  •  Input up to 1200V AC/DC
  •  Externally powered from 24V AC/DC
  •  DIN rail or panel mount
  •  Input/Output/Power isolation