Dent CON-1000-U Clamp-On CT 1000A

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DT CON-1000-U

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Clamp-on current transformers are the one-hand operating solution for temporary or long-term studies. They are designed to work in tight places and clamp around bus bars.

DENTs energy monitoring components are used for a variety of applications, including building automation, tenant submetering, performance verification, energy management and new technology assessment.
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  • Current ranges include 2.0A to 150A; 10 to 600A; 10.0 to1200A AC
  • Output Signal: 333 mV @ Maximum Input
  • Working Voltage : 600Vrms
Nominal Rating:  1000A
Useful Current Range:  10 to 1200A AC
Output Signal:  .333 mV/A; 333mV @ 1000A AC
Accuracy:  10A: ≤ 3%; 50A : ≤ 1.5%; 200A: ≤ 0.75%; 1200A: ≤ 0.5%
Phase Shift:  10A: ≤ 3; 50A : ≤ 1.5; 200A: ≤ 0.75; 1000A: ≤0.5; 1200A: ≤ 0.5
Frequency Range: 30 Hz to 5 kH

Dimensions: 21.6 x 11.1 x 4.5 cm (8.5 x 4.4 x 1.8)
Maximum Cable/Bus Bar: Cable Diameter 5.2 cm (2.0); Bus bar 5.0 x 0.5 cm (1.9 x 0.2)
Polarity: Red lead is positive
Output Lead:  Double insulated cable, 3 m (10 ft )
Operating Temperature:  -10 to 50C (14 to 120F)

Jaw Opening: 5.7 cm (2.25)
Weight: 500 g (19.2 oz)
Dielectric Strength:  600V Category III, Pollution 2; 5550V, 50/60 Hz between primary, secondary and the outer case of the handle
Storage Temperature: -40 to +70C (-40 to 160F )
Case Protection:  IP 40 (IEC 529)
Probe Enclosed
Drop Test: Test per IEC 68-2-32: 1.0 m drop on 38 mm of Oak on concrete
Mechanical Shock: 100 g Test per IEC 68-2-27
Common Mode Voltage: 30 Vrms

Working Voltage: Maximum 600 Vrms
CE Mark: Extra insulation between electrical parts and handle; conforms to IEC
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