APCS the Signal Conditioning Specialists

 

WHT290 - Watthour Transducer

Product Diagram

The WHT290 Watt-hour Transducer provides an economical and compact solution to monitoring of single phase AC power consumption applications.

The AC voltage is directly connected for measurement and this also provides power for the internal circuit.

The AC current is measured by using an external current transformer for isolation that is supplied with some models. The split core CT, CST007 is the most common type. Two DC pulse outputs Slow and Fast are provided. The Slow output is scaled to suit maximum power input while the Fast output is generally used to verify module function. Both outputs are visibly indicated by LEDs on the front of the WHT290.

Keys

Inputs

ac Power

Functions

ac Transducer

Outputs

Pulse/ Frequency

Attachments

 
 

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 Discontinued Product

 

Discontinued products are no longer manufactured. Alternate products are usually listed on the discontinued product page. It may still be possible to manufacture these items depending on parts availability and cost.

Order Processing

 
Information

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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.