SchleicherUSA safety relays for reliable performance in various applications to protect people, equipment and systems.
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The basic function of current sensors is providing continuous quality power in order to prevent problems.
The sensor reacts to changes in input supply or in monitored current. Over current sensors protect from ground fault, mechanical jamming or other overload conditions. Relay output can reduce power to slow down a process and allow action to recover after time delay. Under current sensors sense lack of power, shut down a process and notify via warning signal, or allow restart after current is restored.
Industrial dryers, large or small, require the ventilation system to be working properly. If the fans do not come on within 5 seconds when the dryers operate, the Peltec 351 sends a signal to the main control panel to shut the dryers off and flash a warning light.
Systems using ultraviolet light for sterilization of hospital rooms, medical devices and surgical tools require continuous power for expected performance. If the UV light goes out during operation, the Airotronics CS senses the lack of power and shuts the unit down. At the same time, it turns on a warning light and audible alarm.
Peltec 300 Series DIN Rail Current Sensors
Universal input voltage 24VAC to 240VAC, 24VDC. Adjustable settings via onboard pots. Green and red LED indicators. Peltec current sensors have UL and CE approvals and are RoHS compliant. DIN Rail case design ensures easy installation.
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Airotronics CS Series Panel mount Toroidal Current Sensors in Cube case
Over-current, Under-current and High-range current sensors with Relay or Solid state output. Easy single-screw mounting in 2” x 2” or 2.5 x 2.5” cases. Airotronics current sensors have UL approvals and are RoHS compliant.
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