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SINEAX G 536 Phase Angle Power factor Transducer Transmitter

Phase Angle Transducer - Power factor Transducer for the measurement of phase angle or power factor in single-phase or 3-phase electrical systems with symmetrical load.
Measurement input for sinusoidal, square-wave or distorted nominal input voltage with dominant fundamental wave
Housing for top-hat rail mounting.
Certifications: CSA, GL (Germanischer Lloyd)

 SINEAX G 536 Transducer.

Measure Single or 3-Phase Balanced Sine,
Rectangular or Distorted Wave Forms
Available as Measuring Source.
Powered to 230 V 24-60 VAC/VDC or
85-230 VAC/VDC Powered

Input:1 or 5 A from CT, 10 V to 690 V,
16 to 400 Hz, 0.5 cap. 1.ind. 0.5 cos Φ
Output: 0-1 mA to 0-20mA, 1-5 mA to 4-20 mA,
±1 mA to ±20 mA, 0-1 V to 2-10 V, ±10 V

G536 Phase Angle Transducer

Model  Description 
SINEAX
G 536
Phase angle/power factor Transducer, 16-400 Hz, 1 or 3 phase
balanced, CT or VT input, V or mA output

SINEAX G 537 Phase Angle Difference Transducer

hase Angle Difference Transducer for the conversion of the difference in phase angle from two electrical systems requiring synchronization into a direct current or voltage signal which is proportional to the measured value.

Measurement inputs for sinusoidal, square-wave or distorted nominal input voltages with dominant fundamental wave
Housing for top-hat rail mounting. Certifications: CSA, GL (Germanischer Lloyd)
Standard as marine version per Lloyd’s Register of Shipping

 G 537 Phase angle transducer.

Measure ΔΦ Between 2 Synchronized Supplies
Sine, Rectangular or Distorted Wave Forms
Available as Measuring Source
Powered to 230 V 24-60 VAC/VDC or 85-230 VAC/VDC Powered

Input:10 V to 690 V 50 or 60 Hz
Output:0-1 mA to 0-20mA, 1-5 mA to 4-20 mA,
±1 mA to ±20 mA, 0-1 V to 2-10 V, ±10 V

Phase Angle Transducer

Model  Description 
SINEAX G537  Phase angle difference Transducer, 50 or 60 Hz, two single phase,
10-690 VAC input, V or mA output.