Low-Voltage Resin-Insulated Current Transformers for Indoor Use (Window-Type)
About the Product
Low-voltage window-type current transformers EOS-RN Series are resin-insulated instrument transformers designed to be used in indoor settings. In an EOS-RN current transformer, the window is sized at 33, 38, 60, 90, or 120 m/mψ. On the primary side, wiring can be done with a busbar or with insulated wire. The specifications of the EOS-RN Series allow a Primary Current of 100A~3200A and offer a Burden and Accuracy of 15～30VA/1.0CL. When used for billing purposes, and if the Primary Current is above 200A, the EOS-RN Series Current Transformers offer a Burden and Accuracy of 5～30VA/0.5CL. (however, if the Primary Current is under 100A, it is necessary to adjust the number of primary turns). Each of the EOS-RN Series Current Transformers comes with a sealable terminal cover for its secondary side. Fixed with a metal base and featuring a fine exterior, these compact-sized current transformers are characterized by their excellent physical and electrical properties.
Sharing similar specifications with the EOS-RN Series (please refer to Selection Table), the EOS-RM Series Current Transformers are compact in size and economically priced.
Standard: IEC 60044-1, and IEEE
Rated Voltage: up to 0.72 kV
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
AC/BIL: 3/- kV
Ith = 40 In/1S
Other Standards and Specifications available.
Example specifications only. Other specifications available upon request.
|Burden and Accuracy|
|EOS-33RN||100 ~ 150||5 or 1||15VA/1.0CL||1.9|
|200 ~ 300||30(15)VA/1.0(0.5)CL|
|EOS-38RN||200 ~ 300||15VA/1.0CL||1.2|
|350 ~ 500||30(15)VA/1.0(0.5)CL|
|EOS-60RN||500 ~ 700||30(15)VA/1.0(0.5)CL||1.4|
|EOS-90RN||800 ~ 1200||1.7|
|EOS-120RN||1500 ~ 3200||2.2|
|EOS-33RM||100 ~ 150||5VA/1.0CL||0.9|
|200 ~ 300||15VA/1.0CL||0.9|
|EOS-60RM||400 ~ 800||1.1|
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Easy-to-print document, containing product description, specifications, and a selection table.
How to select, based on application and power system attributes, the primary and secondary currents, burden, accuracy, rated frequency, type (indoor vs. outdoor), insulation material, etc.