The Dewar Electronics model 666 current transducer has proven to be a sturdy instrument for harsh environments. Connection is through ¼” BSW zinc plated studs which are of great advantage for large hands when performing positive connection with larger wires and preferred by many power authorities because of this feature.
The Dewar Electronics model 666 current transducer is a device for converting AC current into a low level DC current signal. By inclusion in AC metering circuits, usually derived from current transformers, high AC currents can be transmitted as low level DC signals permitting long cable runs and the use of low cost indicating meters or recorders. The burden on the AC circuit is reduced and AC coupling problems are eliminated.
The Dewar Electronics model 666 current transducer DC output is isolated from the input, providing a high degree of safety. The output is short circuit and open circuit proof with calibration being unaffected by line resistance changes. Current range can be set by simple means of slide switches using simple tools. Case size of the Model 666 Current Transducer is 134mm x 102mm x 130mm and the weight is 1.223.5g. These sturdy model 666 current transducers are designed and manufactured in Australia, for Australian conditions