ACT284 - ac Transducer

Product Diagram

The ACT284 is a isolating transmitter that measures ac voltage or ac current. Input spans up to 1000V or 10A can be manufactured.

The input is conditioned rectified and then scaled by an isolating transmitter with a link selectable output providing true 3-way galvanic isolation up to 2000V rms.

A wide range ac/dc power supply powers the input and the output circuit with three way power/input/output isolation (There are no separate supply terminals on the signal powered version).

Final calibration is trimmed using the front accessible ZERO and SPAN 15-turn trim adjustments. The output signal level is indicated by a green LED on front giving a clear indication of module function.

Reverse or direct action are factory configured. Special requirements for input/output response time variation can be accommodated by the customised response time option.



Most drawings are supplied in PDF format. Portable Document Format is used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.


Lead Time for a Premier Product


Premier products represent the best value for the selected function and have faster delivery times, typically 5 days.

Order Processing

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  1. Identity of purchaser. Company name, ABN (Australian companies), street address and accounts email address.
  2. Required delivery address.
  3. Full part number and calibration detail required to manufacture items.
  4. Total on purchase order to include delivery charges. Orders received with missing information will be entered and marked to indicate missing details and returned to the customer for correction or approval.

Compliance with the above ensures that your items are manufactured and delivered according to the required specifications.

Standard delivery times commence after the order has been approved for processing.