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  Date: 20/09/2013

Wide range current transformers meeting UL, ANSI, VDE, CE, and MIL stds

API Technologies brings to market a wide range of current transformers for measuring AC currents in the range of 3.5 A to 800 A The new 5300 series of current sensors and transformers are available in several types of current transformers, including low phase/high accuracy and high frequency.

The key features include:
Wide operating frequency range of 20 kHz-100 kHz
Totally encapsulated, with or without wound primary turns and loading resistor.
All current sensors and transformers are built to meet the relevant UL, ANSI, VDE, CE, and MIL standards.
API also supplies EMRL current transformers which were designed to comply with standards for electrical and electronic measuring test equipment.

ďAPIís current sensors and transformers are commonly used in applications such as advanced fault tolerant computers and workstations, metering, protective relays, control panels reading current flowing to electric transformer, ampmeters, wattmeters and cross current compensation, as well as telecom and communications,Ē said Renee Fletcher, Product Manager, Electromagnetic Integrated Solutions, API Technologies.

API says it's magnetics products address many of the industry's most stringent requirements, including many MIL, ANSI and ISO certifications, including MIL-PRF-27, MIL-STD-981, UL 60950-1, and UL 61010-1.

To learn more visit eis.apitech.com



 
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