AutomationDirect adds AcuAMP Solid Core AC Current Transformers
Cumming, GA --- March 13, 2019 ... AcuAMP® Solid Core current transformers from AutomationDirect are instrumentation grade (commercial class) and provide a very cost-effective means of measuring primary current. Two different window openings and two mounting styles along with numerous secondary ratios are available to meet most applications.
Available in primary current ranges up to 1000A, the AC transformers are compact, accurate, and ideal for applications such as motor run status, pump dry run indication, and monitoring of conveyors, heaters, and power. Secondary current is 5A; multiple connection options for 5A input devices provide compatibility with standard power monitors, data loggers and panel meters.
With 1.56" and 2.50" diameter apertures available, the solid-core transformer case is convenient for installation over large wires or bus bars. Panel mount versions are available.
Starting at $15.75, AcuAMP solid-core current transformers are cURus and CE approved and have a 2-year warranty.
Also available from AutomationDirect are split-core case AcuAMP AC transformers featuring a larger than average sensing window for convenient installation over wires or bus bars without disconnecting.
To learn more, visit www.automationdirect.com/current-transformers
In business since 1994, AutomationDirect is a distributor offering thousands of industrial automation products for electrical control systems, including PLCs, operator interfaces, AC drives, motors, stepper systems, sensors, motor controls, enclosures and more. Their prices are typically well below the list price of more traditional automation companies because of their business model and focus on efficiency and the majority of their products are stocked for same-day shipping. Plus, get free two-day delivery on orders over $49; some limitations apply. For more information, contact them at 800-633-0405 or visit www.automationdirect.com.
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