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Combination Current and Voltage Sensor

69 kV 1200 Amp Comb. Current/Voltage Sensor, Type CSVS

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Type: CSVS
Mounting Orientation: Any Direction
Continuous Current: 600, 1200, 2000 Amp

Voltage: 7.5 - 500 kV (line to line)

BIL Rating: 95 - 1470 kV

Accuracy: (current) +/- .15%

Accuracy: (Voltage) +/- 5%

A light weight monitoring insulator (data collection device) capable of reproducing in phase proportional sinusoidal current and voltage waves for communication to customer devices (meters, relays, rtu's, etc.)

Replaces conventional oil-filled CT/PT devices and optical sensors in applications such as voltage and current monitoring, relaying, fault detection (with direction) and autosectionalizing or SCADA operation of switches.

Features & Benefits

Small footprint, compact size

Less than 10% of the weight of oil-filled devices; minimizes supporting structure size and cost

Can be mounted in any orientation including horizontal (cantilever) and under-hung; provides flexibility in areas with limited clearances

No CT saturation or PT Ferro resonance

No catastrophic failure; cannot overheat or explode

Environmentally friendly; no oil or SF6 used as a dielectric; no special material handling or disposal procedures

No galvanic connection between high potential and ground.  Electrical isolation is provided through the use of an isolated high potential.

Generates safe, low voltage and low current outputs

Additional Information

Ratings/Catalog Numbers

Dimensional Data - Sensor Unit (7.5 - 69 kV)

Dimensional Data - Sensor Unit (115 - 500 kV)

System Details

Product Specifications (*PDF 49 KB)

Order Specification Checklist (*PDF 46 KB)

Catalog Cut-Sheet (*PDF 199 KB)

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