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NTI Introduces a 3-Phase AC Power Monitor
Aurora, OH: Network Technologies Inc (NTI) today announced the addition of a 3-Phase AC Power Monitor to its popular line of environment monitoring sensors. The sensor can be used to measure and report the true RMS voltage, RMS current, frequency, active power, reactive power, phase angle, and power factor for any 3-phase circuit. It is compatible with the ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D Enterprise Environment Monitoring Systems.
The ENVIROMUX-ACLM-3P480 supports an input primary voltage of up to 552 VAC RMS, 2000VDC isolated using a 4-wire terminal block for bare-wire or crimp terminal attachment of primary voltage sample. It has three 2-wire terminal blocks for easy attachment of optional current transformers with 16-26AWG wires. Split-core AC current transformers are available in rated currents of 50A, 100A, 250A, and 500A.
Common applications for the 3-Phase AC Power Monitor include: electrical systems, power equipment, generators, remote sites, controlled environment vaults (CEVs), building automation, data center, cabinets, telecom, substations, storage power supplies, communication huts, indoor/outdoor lighting, power distribution, and medical and test equipment.
The ENVIROMUX-ACLM-3P480 connects directly to the ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D Enterprise Environment Monitoring System via a single CAT5/5e/6 cable up to 300 feet (91m) away. The AC Current Transformers include a 4-foot 2-wire cable for connecting to the ENVIROMUX-ACLM-3P480, but can be extended by connecting longer 22AWG wires using splices.
Available for immediate sale, the ENVIROMUX-ACLM-3P480 costs $185 each. The pricing for the optional ENVIROMUX-CTxx-SCxx Hinged Split-Core AC Current Transformers starts at $30 each.
For more information on the 3-Phase AC Power Monitor and compatible AC Current Transformers, visit: http://www.networktechinc.com/3-phase-power-transducer.html
For more information on NTI's ENVIROMUX Environment Monitoring Systems, visit:
News Release: NTI Introduces a 3-Phase AC Power Monitor
Submitted on: March 20, 2017 08:26:41 PM
Submitted by: Sabrina
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