Phase Angle Transducers

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Description

DIN rail mounting transducers available in 55mm x 112mm or 100 x 112mm DIN  rail cases

Application

Used to conver various inputs into standard DC signals for driving panel meters and for use in control devices.

Selection Guide
M100-PA1 Single phase 4 quadrants
M100-PA2 3 phase 3 or 4 wire balanced 2 quadrants
M100-PA3 3 phase 3 or 4 wire balanced 4 quadrants
M100-PV1 Single phase 4 quadrants phase angle between
  two voltages.
Typical Applications
The M100-PA series of phase angle transducers measure the phase angle between current and voltage. They can be used on single and three phase 3 or 4 wire balanced systems. Ideal for optimising power factor correction. The MP100-PV1 measures the phase angle between two voltage supplies and provides a D.C. output signal proportional to the phase angle between the voltages.
Technical Specifications
INPUT  
Rated value In 1 or 5 Amp C.T. connected 0.5 - 10Amp direct
  connected
Rated value Un 57.8 < 600V
Power Consumption <1VA voltage (aux powered) < 2.5VA voltage
  (self powered) < 0.2VA current
Working Range 15-125% Un auxiliary powered 75% -125%
  Un self powered 10-150% In
Measuring Range ± 45 / ±-60 / ±90 / ±180ºM100PA1 ±45/
  60ºM100-PA2 ±90 / ±180ºM100-PA3
Rated Frequency 50 / 60 / 400Hz
Frequency Influence 0.005% / Hz
Overload Continuous 4 x In 1.5 x Un
Overload for 1 sec 50 x In 2 x Un
ACCURACY  
  ± 1º
OUTPUT  
Rated value mA: 0-1/5/10/20 & 4-20mA
Rated value volts: 0-5/10 & 1-5V
ADJUSTMENT  
Zero: ±2%
Span: ±10%
AUXILIARY  
A.C. Voltage 115/230/400V(±25% / 45-65Hz / < 2VA)
D.C. Voltage 24 / 48 / 110V(±20%/galvanically isolated/<3W)
WEIGHT&CASE SIZE  
  Approx 0.6kg. 100mm case
Ordering Information
Product Code I/P In Un O/P Range Aux Freq Options
M100-PA2 110V ±15% ±45ºc 120V 60Hz  
Options
1 Non standard inputs as far as technically viable
2 A.C. Auxiliary in range 57.7...450 volts
3 Calibration at nominal  Hz 35....450Hz
4 Calibration at temperature other than 23ºC
A.C. Current Connection Diagrams
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