|PFCDxx Power Factor Current Detector|
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The PFCDxx power factor current detector measures the apparent and either the active or reactive current in a single- or three-phase power line to respectively produce a set of two 10 VDC analog signals. The two outputs can then be used by a PLC or other controlling device to calculate line power factor as well as monitor the applicable active or reactive current characteristics. It is very simple to install and adaptable to all power factor compensation applications.
PFCD1x Power factor current detector
The PFCDxx measures the power factor related currents in a single-phase (PFCD1x models) or three-phase (PFCD3x models) line system and produces a unipolar 0-10 VDC signal representing the apparent current and a bipolar ±10 VDC signal representing the active (PFCDxA) or reactive (PFCDxR) current. The current is picked up with a current transformer (CT) in one of the phase lines with a response time of about 3 seconds.
The PFCDxx's versatility and fast response make it particularly suitable for integrating into systems such as:
Characterizing features are as follows:
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