Current Transformers Rogowski Coil

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Rogowski Coil CT 10000A:5V

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Install on the phase cables feeding your motors without interrupting the operation of your machines.

Sensemore Current Transformers are used for measuring the amount of current that is passing through a wire. They work with the principle of Faraday’s Law. They transform high amounts of currents to low voltage levels so that the data acquisition devices can sense the signals.

For condition monitoring-based predictive maintenance, they can be used for performing electrical signature analysis. Motor current signature analysis suggests that possible malfunctions in the near future can be detected in advance with the tracking and analysis of current signals of the phase cables feeding the motor.

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Rated Input (A (AC)) 10000
Rated Output (V (AC)) 5
Operating Frequency (Hz) 1 to 1M

Phase Number Three Phase
Inner Space Diameter (mm) 150
Power Supply 12-24 VDC

Rogowski coil current sensors are typically installed by encircling the conductor carrying the current of interest with the flexible coil. They do not require physical contact with the current-carrying conductor.

The frequency range of Rogowski Coil sensors is 1 to 1 MHz. The measuring current is between 1 to 10000 A.

Yes, Rogowski coil current sensors can be used in both single-phase and three-phase systems. They can measure currents in each phase individually.

Some considerations when using Rogowski coil current sensors include accurate positioning and alignment of the coil around the current-carrying conductor, avoiding proximity to other conductors that may induce unwanted signals, proper calibration, and adherence to the specified frequency and current range of the sensor.

Yes, Rogowski coil current sensors can be used in non-linear load applications. They can accurately measure currents in systems with non-linear loads such as variable frequency drives (VFDs), switch-mode power supplies, and electronic equipment, providing valuable insights into power consumption and harmonic distortion.

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