CDI Blog For Engineers

Measure Three Phases of Current and Voltage with the New APT Power Transducer

NK Technologies, CDI

NK Technologies’ new APT Power Transducer measures three phases of current and voltage, and produces an industry standard analog signal proportional to the watts used. The monitor uses current transformers to measure the amperes, and the line voltage connects directly to the transducer, up to 600 VAC.

The APT power transducer can be configured to accept five amp secondary current transformers or the safer ProteCTTM low voltage output sensors. Either type of current sensing will produce an accurate output signal to help you identify areas of excessive energy consumption and allow intervention to reduce demand.

4-20 mA, 0-5 or 0-10 VDC Output
Externally Powered
Low Profile Reduces Cabinet Depth Requirements
Compact DIN Mounted Housing
Finger Safe Terminals Clearly Labeled for Quick Installation
Measuring the power usage of a single piece of equipment, an area of a plant or the entire facility.
Detecting conveyor jams and overloads and checking that the belt is loaded properly.
Detecting dry run from clogged pump intake or discharge lines and monitoring impeller cavitation and bearing wear.
For More Information:
Click here to submit a technical inquiry or quote request.
Click here
to download the APT Power Transducer datasheet.
Call CDI Toll-Free: 1-800-777-7334