Farmingdale, N. Y. American Aerospace Controls (AAC) said its 1070 Series AC current transducer provides superior accuracy over an extended frequency range from 20 Hz to 2 KHz.
The 1070 series AC true RMS current transducers enable accurate and simple comparisons of AC current measurements as well as dynamic signals, which make the transducers suitable for a variety of applications. The 1070 series features a current signal from 4 mA to 20 mA and a wide voltage range from 12 Vdc to 32 Vdc. The transducers are available in 14 current ranges from 2 A to 250 A, with an accuracy of 0.25 percent over a temperature range of -40°C to 85°C.
The transducers also include protection against reverse polarity and overload currents of up to 500 A, as well as a load resistance range from 0 ohm (Ω) to 300 Ω. The 1070 devices, which weigh 6 oz., are housed in a durable molded plastic case that meets the 94V-O flammability rating. The internal circuitry is epoxy coated for increased insulation as well as for protection against moisture and foreign contaminants. Click here for the datasheet.
The 1070 series comes standard with a five-terminal barrier and a 0.75-inch pass-through hole, with a six-pin connector. A nine-pin D-Sub connector is also available. Storage temperature is -55°C to 125°C.
Pricing for a 1027 series transducer starts at $225. Delivery is from stock to two weeks.
American Aerospace Controls, 1-631-694-5100 or 1-888-873-8559, www.a-a-c.com