• 278-AC-Current-Transducer

    C278-230

    AC Current Transducer

    The Model 278 AC Current Transducer is designed to accept an AC current input, and provide a proportional DC output. A linear transformer input is coupled to a solid-state output amplifier. The Model 278 is powered by a 115 VAC source, and is socket-mounted for ease of use. Model 278 Current Transducers can be used with computer and programmable controls to provide: motor and power control; supervisory data acquisition; load monitoring; feedback control; energy management.

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  • 292-Frequency-Monitor

    C292

    Frequency Monitor

    The Model 292 Frequency Monitor is designed to monitor power line frequency. It is intended for systems where line frequency variations will cause improper operation of electrical equipment. A solid-state sensing circuit drives an internal electromechanical relay which is energized when the line frequency is correct. Operating power is drawn from the same line being monitored.

    The Model 292 is set to the over and/or under frequency trip points using ten binary-coded switches. A frequency variation outside the trip points causes the internal relay to drop out and an appropriate LED indicator to illuminate.

    Applications for the Model 292 include stand-by power plants, portable power supplies, and windmill generators.

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  • 471-Multi-Stage-Alternator

    C471

    Multi-Stage Alternator

    The Model 471 Multi-Stage Alternator is designed to control the operating sequence of multi-stage pumping systems. it can also be used to maintain the desired level of pressure on air compressor systems. Four PUMP SELECT DIP switches located on the front panel allow the alternator to control a single-pump, two-pump, three-pump or four-pump system. Only one switch needs to be set for the total number of pumps in the system. The Model 471 will assure that only the necessary pumps are operating, and that the run time for each pump is approximately equal. Pumps are sequenced first-on and first-off. If the pumping demand requires only one pump at a time, the alternator will start the next pump in sequence each time an input switch is closed. Input switches may be float switches, pressure switches, flow switches, etc. , as required by the application.

    Potential uses for the Model 471 include water supply systems, sewage disposal plant systems, storage tank filling systems, air compressor systems, irrigation and water recycling systems.

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  • 200-3-Phase-Voltage-Unbalance-Monitor

    D200

    3-Phase Voltage Unbalance Monitor

    The Model 200 3-Phase Voltage Unbalance Monitor is designed to continuously monitor a three-phase line for unbalanced voltage conditions.

    This device will only energize the relay if an unbalance exists. Zero volts on all three phases is considered a balanced condition. This allows the Model 200 to be used with shunt breakers, so that the breaker can shut off the main power without tripping the monitor.

    The solid-state sensing circuit drives an internal electromechanical relay. Indicator lights on the monitor show when the voltage balance is within an acceptable range; when an unbalance exists; and when the relay is actually tripped.

    When an acceptable voltage balance is reapplied, the Model 200 will automatically reset the relay.

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  • 259-3-Phase-Monitor

    D259

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 259 3-Phase Monitor is designed to protect individual 3-phase equipment and motors, or in conjunction with shunt trip breakers. When correct voltage and phase rotation is applied, an internal DPDT relay energizes.

    A fault condition (phase loss, phase reversal, or low voltage) drops out the relay and lights the LED failure indicator. The Model 259 will detect a phase loss condition even when regenerative voltage is present.

    The Model 259 may be used with Wye or Delta systems and requires no neutral connection. Standard operating ranges are available from 120 to 575 VAC, 60Hz and 380 VAC, 50Hz

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  • 2594-3-Phase-Monitor

    D2594

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 2594 3-Phase Monitor is designed for use with applications which require high control voltage (up to 600VAC). The Model 2594 protects 3-phase equipment and motors from phase loss, phase reversal and low voltage. When the correct voltage and phase rotation is applied, an internal DPDT relay energizes.

    A fault condition drops out the relay and the FAILURE INDICATOR LED illuminates. When the existing fault is corrected the unit will automatically reset. The Model 2594 can detect a phase loss condition even when regenerative voltage is present. It may be used with Wye or Delta systems; no neutral connection is required.

    Standard operating ranges are available from 120 to 575 VAC, 60Hz, and 380VAC, 50Hz.

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  • 263-3-Phase-Monitor

    D263

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 263 continuously monitors 3-phase power systems for phase loss, low voltage and phase reversal. The monitor consists of a solid-state sensing circuit, driving an electromechanical relay.

    Applying correct voltage and phase rotation energizes the relay. When properly adjusted, a fault condition will cause the relay to de-energize, even when regenerated voltage is present.

    When the fault is corrected, the Model 263 automatically resets. A manual reset version and an option for gold-plated contacts are also available.

    The Model 263 does not require a neutral connection, and can be used on Wye or Delta systems. Each of the five different voltage ranges is adjustable to allow the monitor to be set for existing conditions. NORMAL and TRIP LED indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting.

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  • 263-3-Phase-Monitor

    D263M

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 263 continuously monitors 3-phase power systems for phase loss, low voltage and phase reversal. The monitor consists of a solid-state sensing circuit, driving an electromechanical relay.

    Applying correct voltage and phase rotation energizes the relay. When properly adjusted, a fault condition will cause the relay to de-energize, even when regenerated voltage is present.

    When the fault is corrected, the Model 263 automatically resets. A manual reset version and an option for gold-plated contacts are also available.

    The Model 263 does not require a neutral connection, and can be used on Wye or Delta systems. Each of the five different voltage ranges is adjustable to allow the monitor to be set for existing conditions. NORMAL and TRIP LED indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting.

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  • 263-3-Phase-Monitor

    D263SG

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 263 continuously monitors 3-phase power systems for phase loss, low voltage and phase reversal. The monitor consists of a solid-state sensing circuit, driving an electromechanical relay.

    Applying correct voltage and phase rotation energizes the relay. When properly adjusted, a fault condition will cause the relay to de-energize, even when regenerated voltage is present.

    When the fault is corrected, the Model 263 automatically resets. A manual reset version and an option for gold-plated contacts are also available.

    The Model 263 does not require a neutral connection, and can be used on Wye or Delta systems. Each of the five different voltage ranges is adjustable to allow the monitor to be set for existing conditions. NORMAL and TRIP LED indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting.

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  • 263-3-Phase-Monitor

    D263SGM

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 263 continuously monitors 3-phase power systems for phase loss, low voltage and phase reversal. The monitor consists of a solid-state sensing circuit, driving an electromechanical relay.

    Applying correct voltage and phase rotation energizes the relay. When properly adjusted, a fault condition will cause the relay to de-energize, even when regenerated voltage is present.

    When the fault is corrected, the Model 263 automatically resets. A manual reset version and an option for gold-plated contacts are also available.

    The Model 263 does not require a neutral connection, and can be used on Wye or Delta systems. Each of the five different voltage ranges is adjustable to allow the monitor to be set for existing conditions. NORMAL and TRIP LED indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting.

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  • 264-3-Phase-Monitor

    D264

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 264 3-Phase Monitor continuously monitors 3-phase Wye or Delta systems for abnormal conditions. The solid-state electronic sensing circuit drives two separate single pole relays, one normally open and the other normally closed. An adjustable trip delay reduces or eliminates nuisance tripping caused by momentary voltage fluctuations on motor start-up.

    Standard versions are 120V, 208/240V, 480V and 575V at 60Hz; and 380V at 50Hz. Voltage ranges are sufficiently wide to allow for proper adjustment to existing conditions. Both TRIP and NORMAL indicators are provided to aid in trip point adjustments and system troubleshooting.

    The Model 264 is not sensitive to line current and can be used with any size motor or compressor.

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  • 2642-3-Phase-Monitor

    D2642

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 2642 protects electrical equipment by sensing phase loss, low voltage and reverse phase conditions. The monitor uses a combination of voltage and phase-angle sensing, and will detect a phase loss even when regenerated voltages are present.

    The Model 2642 is fail safe; the output contacts will transfer when correct power is applied, and trip out on any fault condition or complete loss of power. Each of the five voltage versions can be adjusted throughout a wide operating range. An adjustable trip delay timer prevents nuisance tripping caused by momentary voltage dips. LED indicators show NORMAL (green) and TRIP (red) status.

    The Model 2642 has an automatic reset which can be converted to manual reset with the addition of a normally closed switch. The DPDT out put can be used in motor control circuits and/or alarm circuits.

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