Monitoring is effective when the connected load’s real current consumption is determined in as precise a manner as possible.
Thanks to its real effective value measurement (True RMS) capability, our ACT20P CMT current measuring transducer is capable of measuring both sinusoidal and distorted AC and DC currents with extreme accuracy. This enables you to effectively protect your consumers from overcurrent or undercurrent, and thus severe stress in good time. The solution also incorporates a precise total current monitoring option, which allows you to reliably detect the failure of both electric circuits and individual consumers.
Measurement range exceedance is indicated according to NAMUR NE 43 and NE 44.
ACT20P CMT current measuring transducers allow you to measure and, at the same time, monitor the currents of connected loads. As a result, you can prevent overloads in e.g. motors, lifting devices and conveyors, as well as avert damage caused by reduced output in e.g. cooling fans, light circuits, heat circuits or photovoltaic strings.
High level of accuracy – reliable protection
ACT20P CMT current measuring transducers are characterised by their high level of accuracy, amounting to at least 0.5% of the measurement range, and indicate measurement range exceedance pursuant to NE43 and NE44. This translates into precise total load measurements, so you can reliably detect the failure of individual consumers too – even in faulty electricity grids.
Simple and quick configuration
DIP switches and potentiometers are located on the front, which means they’re quickly accessible even when installed.
Precise measured values
The real-value effective procedure allows you to record the connected load’s real power consumption, so you can reliably identify when levels exceed or fall below the nominal current.
Easy to install
The asymmetrical cable bushing makes it easier to feed through the power cable and permits precise measurement on an extremely small space.
High process reliability
Reliable function thanks to a galvanic four-way isolation and an impulse withstand voltage of 6.4 kV according to IEC 61010-2-201