Single-phase electrical network analyzer Q52S3L063
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single-phase electrical network analyzer
single-phase electrical network analyzer
single-phase electrical network analyzer
single-phase electrical network analyzer
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Application domain
for single-phase electrical networks
for integration, compact, modular
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Single phase Compact multifunction network analyser with 63A miniature CT Compact multifunctional analyser for use in single-phase systems Allows the display of the main parameters of an electrical network, including bi-directional active and reactive energy counts. The 63A direct current input, via the miniature CT, reduces wiring time and costs. As an option, it can be equipped with an RS485-Modbus RTU communication interface with 1 or 2 programmable alarm outputs, alternatively with a pulse output for active or reactive energy retransmission. Technical data display - backlit LCD max.indication 4 cifre - 4 digits (9999) decimal point position automatica - automatic adjustable backlight 5 livelli - 5 levels readings update < 0,5sec measuring type TRMS basic accuracy ±0,5% Un nominal input voltage Un 230V In nominal input current In 63A input range (1) 10÷120% Un; 5÷120% In operating frequency 45÷65Hz continuous overload 1,2 Un; 2In short-time overload 2 Un; 20 In (300msec) voltage circuits consumption <0,5VA current circuits consumption <0,5VA operating temperature 0...+23...+50°C storage temperature –30...+70°C self estinguishing thermoplastic material UL 94-V0 protection for housing IP50 protection for terminals IP20 galvanic insulation alim.//- overvoltage category CAT III 300V, CAT II 600V, P.D.2 energy counting kWh - kVArh maximum counting 2 000 000 000 accuracy class 1 (kWh), 2 (kVArh) bidirectionality yes
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