DENT Instruments, a global leader in the design and manufacture of power and energy measurement instruments, announces the launch of the RoCoil TCA-5, three-channel integrating transconductance amplifier that translates the electrical output signal from the RoCoil current sensor to a 5 amp AC current, emulating a traditional current sensing transformer. The DENT RoCoil TCA-5 delivers the flexibility and ease-of-installation of the RoCoil flexible current sensors to applications using power meters with 5A current transformer inputs.
ENT RoCoil Flexible current transformers offer significant advantages over conventional split-core or clamp-on CTs. These "rope-style" CTs deliver installer-friendly features such as large window size, wide current range, and mechanical flexibility for mounting in tight quarters. RoCoil CTs have a broad amperage range from 5-5000A AC and are available in four lengths from 16" to 72".
"Ever since introducing the flexible RoCoil CTs, we have been asked if we manufactured a flexible coil with a 5A output," says Christopher Dent, President of DENT Instruments. "We are very excited to announce that the RoCoil TCA-5 fills this requirement in the marketplace. Customers who use 5A current input power meters will now be able to enjoy the easy installation offered by RoCoil flex probe CTs."
The RoCoil TCA-5 can be DIN or panel mounted and has four selectable current ranges. It can be used on 50 or 60 Hz systems.
DENT Instruments is a leading supplier of an array of precision measurement instrumentation and analytical software in the field of energy management.