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Current Transformers

A current transformer (CT) is a type of transformer that is used to reduce or multiply an alternating current (AC). It produces a current in its secondary which is proportional to the current in its primary. Current transformers, along with voltage or potential transformers, are instrument transformers.

Measurement Canada approved 2ADRL Current Transformer (CT)

Measurement Canada approved 2ADRL Current Transformer (CT)

6SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

6SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

5SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

5SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

7SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

7SFT-series Current Transformers (CT)

5DRL-series Current Transformers (CT)

5DRL-series Current Transformers (CT)

6SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

6SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

7RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

7RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

5RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

5RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

6RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

6RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

5SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

5SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

7SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

7SHT-series Current Transformers (CT)

2RL-series Current Transformers (CT)

2RL-series Current Transformers (CT)