For (≤) 600-voltage power systems, these ABS-encapsulated window-type current transformers are suited to electric engineering applications and distribution switchgears. Each contains a high-quality coil and an annealed oriented core.
EOS-RN / EOS-RM Series
Current transformers with a Primary Current of 100A~3200A. Burden & Accuracy: 15～30VA/1.0CL. Wiring with insulated wire or a busbar on the primary side. Alternative billing-purpose usage. Many window sizes.
1 core. Rectangular, low-voltage, resin-insulated current transformers for switchgear-panel makers et al. Used with meters. Wiring through a busbar. To be mounted on a busbar or fixed to a switchgear panel.
Low-Voltage Dual-Core Current Transformers (Rectangular Window-Type), for Meters and Protective Uses
2 cores. Rectangular, low-voltage, resin-insulated current transformers for switchgear-panel makers et al. For protection or meters. Wiring through a busbar. Mounting on a busbar or fixed to a switchgear panel.
Split-core, rectangular, low-voltage, resin-insulated protective current transformers for switchgear-panel makers et al. Installing onto an existing power system with ease.
For the need of a higher current ratio and accuracy. A greater window diameter facilitates installation and wiring in a high-current application. Multi-ratio models available. Araldite® epoxy.
EO1M6, EO1M20, EO1M150
These epoxy-cast multi-ratio bushing current transformers (BCTs, or bushing CTs) are typically installed in 23 kV C-GIS (cubicle-type gas-insulated switchgear) for use with measuring or monitoring instruments, or protective relays.
Designed to protect an ungrounded system against leakage and earth faults, these zero-phase current transformers (ZCT) feature an epoxy-cast coil fixed by two metal frames. Window size: 60, 90, 105, 120, or 180 m/mψ.
These are zero-phase current transformers (ZCT) often used with a grounded system for zero-phase current detection and ground-fault protection. Choices of window diameters, current ratios, burdens, and accuracies. Multi-ratio models available. Araldite® epoxy.
For ≤ 600V power systems, these current transformers offer a 0.3 Metering Class accuracy. ERCT specifications also available. Secondary side includes a short-circuiting device. Terminal cover sealable. Various window diameters and current ratios.
Outdoor, ring-core (window-type) protective (or monitoring) current transformer for power companies or HV power systems. Converting high AC currents into signals to be received by the relay. Cycloaliphatic Epoxy.
Window-type (split-core), outdoor, protective (or monitoring) current transformer for power companies or HV power systems. Converting high AC currents into signals to be received by the relay. Cycloaliphatic Epoxy.
Designed for energy meters or protective relays, these bushing current transformers can also be used with gas-insulated switchgear or in conjunction with distribution transformers.
For measuring or monitoring instruments, this medium-voltage, indoor, coil molded current transformer is often used with the main panel or the motor control panel of a 3.6kV power system. Insulated with Araldite® epoxy. Compact and easy to install.
Dual-core, cut-core, medium-voltage coil molded current transformer. Often used with the main panel or the motor control panel of a 3.6kV (or below) power system. Good for protection. Suited to measuring and monitoring instruments. Araldite® epoxy resin.
Intended for the main panel or the motor control panel of a 3.6/7.2 kV power system and designed to be used with measuring or monitoring instruments, or with protective relays. Each CT has a busbar terminal. Insulated with Araldite® epoxy resin.
Offering a higher rated current ratio, this dual-core current transformer is suited to the main panel or the motor control panel of a ≦ 3.6kV power system and can be used with measuring or monitoring instruments, or with protective relays. Araldite® epoxy.
Dual-core & single-core models. Indoor window-type current transformers for the main panel or motor control panel of a MV (≦ 3.6 kV) power system. Good for protection and appropriate for measuring and monitoring instruments. Araldite® Epoxy.
Cut-core, medium-voltage, indoor-use, coil molded current transformer intended for a 15kV power system and suited for measuring or monitoring instruments. Insulated with Araldite® epoxy resin.
2-core current transformers designed for 12kV (max.) power systems for use with measuring (or monitoring) instruments and protective relays, these products are cast in Araldite® epoxy and meet the requirements of all major electrical standards.
Single/dual-core indoor window-type current transformers for power systems ≦ 15kV. Primary current: 500~3000A (single-ratio or multi-ratio). Araldite® epoxy. Used with measuring or monitoring instruments, or for protection.
EWF-20DA, EWF-20DB, EWF-20DD, EWF-20DE, EWF-20DS
For use in conjunction with energy meters or protective relays, these single-core or multi-core current transformers are insulated with Araldite® epoxy resin. Custom-made to meet various requirements.
2-core epoxy-cast current transformer for a ≦24kV power system. For use with measuring or monitoring instruments, and protective relays. “U-shaped top” design for safety and for a shorter distance between two current transformers installed side-by-side, thus reducing the required width of the switchgear panel.
For power companies. To be mounted inside the SF6 gas-insulated MOF panel of a 25.5 kV (max) power system. With 2 primary coils, this current transformer offers 2 current ratios while maintaining the required accuracy and burden rating at each current ratio. Insulated with Araldite® epoxy resin.
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