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Watt—Current—Voltage Transducers

Source: Robicon

Watt—Current—Voltage Transducers
The Single Phase Watt Transducer is a true solid-state watt transducer
Robiconhase Watt Transducer
The Single Phase Watt Transducer is a true solid-state watt transducer that is accurate with non-sinusoidal AC waveforms as well as pure sine waves. The current input is from an optional 0 to 5 ampere current transformer, which must be sized for the specific application. The measured voltage can be 120, 240, 400, 480 or 575 VAC. The voltage and current outputs are both representations of true watts and have an accuracy of 2.0%.

Three Phase Watt Transducer
The Three Phase Watt Transducer is similar to the Single Phase Watt Transducer but is designed for three phase loads. The transducer requires two optional current transformers which must be sized for the specific application. The measured voltage input can be 120, 240, 400, 480 or 575 VAC. The voltage and current outputs are both representations of true watts. The transducer has an accuracy of 2.0%. (Should not be used on 4-wire loads.)

Current Transducer
The Robicon Current Transducer senses current from an optional 0 to 5 ampere current transformer that must be sized for the specific application. The current can consist of any AC waveform including non-sinusoidal. The voltage and current outputs are both true RMS representations of the AC current and are accurate within 1%.

Voltage Transducer
The Voltage Transducer can accept an input voltage of 120, 240, 400, 480 or 575 VAC consisting of any AC waveform including non-sinusoidal. The voltage and current outputs are both true RMS representations of the input voltage and are accurate within 1%.

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