ABS-Encapsulated Split-Core Current Transformers (Rectangular Window-Type)
About the Product
ABS-encapsulated and rectangularly shaped, these split-core, window-type, low-voltage current transformers are self-extinguishing and have a high level of insulation and moisture resistance. Each PSC Series current transformer can be mounted on a busbar* (the busbar can be either horizontally or vertically installed in the switchgear panel). Alternatively, the current transformer can be fixed directly to the switchgear panel. Suitable for switchgear-panel manufacturers, these current transformers can also be installed, by an end user, onto an existing power system – this can be done without cutting (or removing) the primary busbar or insulated wires.
* If the current transformer is mounted on a busbar, care must be taken, when the switchgear panels are being moved or when during an earthquake, to prevent the current transformer from sliding due to its weight.
- Standard: IEC
- Rated voltage: ≦ 0.72 kV
- Frequency: 50/60 Hz
- For indoor application
- AC/BIL：3/- kV
- Other specifications and standards available upon request
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