BJ-QPA-A2 ac current transducer 0 10v output, electrical panel use transducer

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Place of Origin:
Chongqing, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Blue Jay
Model Number:
BJ-QPA-A2
Display Type:
NO display
Measuring Range:
0-5A
Accuracy Class:
0.2
Supply Voltage:
85~265Vac/dc
Operating Temperature:
-20~55C
Dimensions:
75*38mm
install:
Din-rail
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
2000 Piece/Pieces per Month
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Export Package
Port
Shanghai
Lead Time :
Quantity(Pieces) 1 - 10 >10
Est. Time(day) 5 To be negotiated
Product Description

Specifications

Inputs: System input 0~75mV, 4~20mA, 0~1A, 0~5A, 0~10A
Absorbed power 0.1VA

Output:

Standard nominal outputs 4~20mA, 0-5V,
(others on request) 0-20mA, 5-10V 0-10V

Responses time <350ms

Load Resistance: 


Current output: 0<Lr<0.6KA;
Voltage output: Lr>2KA

Overload:
Current 2 times continuous,
20 times /1s Voltage 2 times continuous

Auxiliary Supply:
DC 12V/24V/48V AC 110V, 230/240V AC 20%,
1.5VA Isolation: Galvanic isolation between input,output circuits and auxiliary supply
Insulation Resistance >20MA (DC500V)

Test voltage 2KV RMS 50Hz for 1 minute
impulse 4KV 1.2/50Jsec waveform

Temperature: Operating -10~55C Storage -40~70C, 20 ~ 93%RH ; Noncondensing

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Function & Feature

1. Isolate the DC input signal from the DC Output signal, which is directly proportional to the input signal.

2. These isolators can be used to prevent earth loops, which occur when a measuring source

3. Excellent temperature characteristic and good working stability.

4. It have an advantage over loop powered units, in that if for any reason the output lead should become disconnected, the input will not be saturated.

5. Fixed in a standard 35mm DIN rail or screwed on the cabinet.

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