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Australian designed and manufactured Translite power transducers available from Cambridge Transducers

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Cambridge Transducers are suppliers of the Australian designed and made range of Translite power transducers, which fully comply with IEC688 and 414, BS6253 and 5483, and AS1384 safety standards and have an accuracy of class 0.2.

Translite power transducers used to convert AC voltage, current, frequency or instantaneous power signals into load independent DC signals, proportional to the measured value. The output signal enables several receiving instruments to be operated simultaneously, both at the measuring point and at a distant location. The signal can also be used to drive programmable logic controllers and data processing equipment.

A key feature of the Translite range of power transducers is that each unit is housed in two models of the same moulded case, simplifying panel design and installation. The triple current and voltage, watt hour, watt/watt hour, var hour, and var/var hour transducers consist of a power transducer and integrator housed in the 100mm case, to produce both analogue and pulse output; the other models are housed in the 50mm case.

Other key features of Translite power transducers include:

  • customised labeling featuring electrical specifications and wiring details
  • flexible design with a vast range of input to output combinations
  • isolated input to output (4kV), impulse (5kV)
  • load independent
  • all solid state with long term stability
  • shock and vibration proof for mounting in any position
  • trim adjustment for zero and full load
  • output terminals can short or open circuit without causing damage
  • molded housing with quick release cover (IP40 rating)
  • trim adjustment for zero and full load
  • output terminals can short or open circuit without causing damage
  • universal mounting, clips to 35mm din rail or panel mount with 2 screws
  • unidirectional, bi-directional or offset outputs.

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