Voltage Transmitters & Transducers

Current transducers are devices that act as an interface between the power system and the measurement system. They convert any non-standard electrical current input into a usable electrical current output, such as an alternating current (AC) input signal into a direct current (DC) output signal. Current transducers operate by magnetically inducing current from the conductor into a proportional electric current that flows through the current transducer’s conductor. This protects measuring devices from high power currents.

Phoenix Contact MCR current transducers are used to acquire distorted alternating currents and convert them into a standard analog signal. They provide protection against disturbances using 3-way electrical isolation. The programmable current transducers have the standardized input signals of 1 and 5 A, plus the measuring range can be adjusted in numerous ways via software. The range to be measured is mapped over the entire output signal range, ensuring accurate resolution of the measured values. The devices can be supplied preconfigured between versions up to 11 A AC/DC or up to 55 A AC/DC.

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$788.44
MCR voltage measuring transducer, for alternating current voltages from 0..20 VAC to 0..440 VAC, output signal 0..10 V/0(4)..20 mA
$556.08
MACX MCR voltage transducer, for AC voltages from 0 V ... 20 VAC to 0 ... 660 VAC, output signal: 0 V ... 10 V/0(4) ... 20 mA
$556.08
MACX MCR voltage transducers for DC voltages of 0... (+/-) 20 VDC to 0.. .(+/-) 660 VDC, output signal (+/-) 10 V/ (+/-)20 mA
$222.56
SCK measuring module for monitoring photovoltaic systems, 1 x voltage measurement up to 1500 VDC, 1 x analog output (2 ... 10 V)
$37.99
The voltage transducer set makes it possible to insert the electronic motor management module (EMM 3-.../500AC-IFS) in 690 V mains.
$556.08
MACX MCR voltage transducers for DC voltages of 0... (+/-) 20 VDC to 0.. .(+/-) 660 VDC, output signal (+/-) 10 V/ (+/-)20 mA
$556.08
MACX MCR voltage transducer, for AC voltages from 0 V ... 20 VAC to 0 ... 660 VAC, output signal: 0 V ... 10 V/0(4) ... 20 mA