Current measurement transformers.


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Transformers are a vital part of an electrical system as they provide the necessary measuring and regulation of electrical currents. They have a wide array of applications both in households and industrial areas with a precision class: 0.5;1.

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Why does an electrical system need a transformer

The measurement transformers find application at current measuring, current regulation systems, system for the current characteristic watching, system for reactive energy compensation, signaling and et. They are with x/5 gear ratio as X is the inlet range of the transformer.

Due to their wide range of usages, they provide both a specialized and a generalized utility for businesses and households which can assist in the protection of appliances, users and entire electrical systems. Depending on its rated capacity, a power transformer can turn a high voltage power grid into a far safer and more predictable, lower voltage and power grid.

The maximum operating voltage is 720V at 50Hz with an admissible deviation of the operating current: 1.2 x In. The transformers MES-86/60 have highest inlet current 1200A and effectively convert the current to 5A.

There is also a current transformer, Type CP

The main difference between the two standards of electric transformer types is that the CP type is specially designed to be installed in measuring circuits without
removing cables in current measuring circuit. CP Transformers save installation time and decrease installation costs. There are several different model variations rated for transforming different types of currents, from the lowest rated CP 23 with a range of 200/5V, and the highest being the CP88 with a range from 1000/5V.

They are rated for work at 50Hz and rated for a load of 30VA which makes them an ideal addition to a house or to a small enterprise which works with sensitive electronics.

They can be mounted with DIN rails, vertically, horizontally or on a flat surface which makes them quite adjustable and flexible.

What is a transformer

A transformer is a device which is usually installed alongside or prior to a consumer and it comes in a wide range of applications. The transformers we supply are rated for industrial use, though they do see quite a lot of household use as well, especially in areas where power outages and electrical current irregularities are quite common. Their job is to measure the electrical current coming from the power grid, and to transform it into far more predictable and easier to manage level.

This is needed because the difference between the currents from the electrical grid is far higher too intense for a sensitive electronic grid can manage. An electrical transformer takes the high intensity and voltage electrical current and turns it into a far more stable kind which can now safely power electronics and appliances.

This basically turns AC current into DC current, which, while still does have a sinusoid in current, it is far less intense than the amplitude of the AC current. It’s exactly this rapid spike and drop in electrical current with AC power, which can fry an electrical system, a computer or any other sensitive electrical component.