The transducer RISH Ducer C11 measures the phase angle between current and voltage of a single or 3 phase balanced network having a sine wave form.
 
The output signal, in the form of a load independent DC current or voltage, is proportional to the phase angle between the 2 measured quantities current and voltage.
 
The measuring range scales of the connected instruments, such as indicators, recorders, controllers etc., are calibrated in cos Ø values of the angle.
 
* Measuring inputs 
Sine or distorted wave-forms of nominal input current and nominal input voltage
 
 

Measured

variable

Nominal input

current

Nominal input

voltage

Measuring range

limits

Phase

Angle

0.01 to 10 A 10 to 660 V

0 to 30 & 0...175° el

± 15 to < ± 175° el

 

 
Measuring output: DC current signal ( load - independent ) or DC voltage signal (not super-imposed)
 
Measuring principle: Measurement of the zero crossing interval
 
Electric isolation between all transducer connection circuits / Prevents interference voltages and currents being transmitted
 
Narrow housing, 70 mm / Saves space and therefore costs
 
Snaps onto a DIN rail or screws onto a wall or panel / Adaptable to the circumstances at the place of installation
 
Screw terminals suitable for multistrand or solid wires /
Easy wiring without problems
 
Two isolated outputs (Optional)
 
Electrical isolation between output 1 and output 2 is 500V