CS1200L - 

Current Sensing Transformer, 1:200, 80 mH, 35 A, Through Hole

CS1200L - Current Sensing Transformer, 1:200, 80 mH, 35 A, Through Hole

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The CS1200L is a 35A Moulded Current Sensor which functions as the secondary of a current transformer. The conductor carrying the current to be measured is the one turn primary, sensitivity can be set at 1 volt per ampere or at other desired values. It can also be doubled by looping the conductor through the hole twice. This current sensing transformer can be used for sensing branch circuit overload, switcher feedback and detecting load drop or shutdown. Varying terminating resistance will increase or decrease output voltage/ampere in conductor.
  • >20kHz Rated frequency
  • -40 to +85°C Ambient temperature range


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200 will be available for delivery on 25/Jun/2018

400 will be available for delivery on 11/Jul/2018

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