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NK Technologies ATPR “E-OUT” SERIESAC Current Transducers 2 - 200 A
ATPR Series AC Current Transducers produce a 0–5 or 0–10 VDC RMS output on distorted waveforms found in the output of variable frequency drives, phase angle fired heating controls and on linear loads in “noisy” power environments. The ATPR Series AC Current Transducers are available in split-core housing only.
NK Technologies AT/ATR-LS SERIES AC Current Transducers 800 - 1600 A
AT/ATR-LS Series Current Transducers combine a current transformer and signal conditioner into a single package. The large, easy-to-install split-core design allows for installation over existing conductors without the need to disconnect the load, even in applications where there are multiple conductors per phase. For new installations, the installation is just as easy. Just remove the top portion of the sensing ring, place the conductors inside, and snap the top back in place. The transducer uses two wires to connect to the power supply and the load, ...
The NK Technologies AT Series AC Current Transducers combine a current transformer and signal conditioner into a single package. These current transducers have jumper-selectable current input ranges and industry standard 4–20 mA, 0–5 VDC or 0–10 VDC outputs. The AT Series AC Current Transducers are designed for application on ‘linear’ or sinusoidal AC loads and are available in a split-core case or two types of solid-core cases.
NK Technologies ATP Series AC Current Transducers sense currents from 0–200 A and provide a proportional analog VDC or mA output. Externally powered by 120 VAC/DC or 24 VAC/DC, the ATP Series AC Current Transducers eliminate the need for costly power supplies or voltage rectifiers inside the control panel. Designed for motor control applications with standard sinusoidal waveforms, these transducers feature user selectable input ranges, a choice of outputs and split-core or solid-core cases.