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Catalogue status: Dec 2, 2016
Output Loop Powered

Output current loop fed AC current monitoring components WAS/WAZ1 CMA LP.

They can measure single-phase 50/60 Hz AC currents of up to 10 A using the Root Mean Square (RMS) method on the input side. They can also be switched between three ranges. No external power supply is used; the supply is only via the 4...20 mA current loop on the output side.
The input and output circuits are securely isolated with 4 kV.

The monitoring components come in a 17.5-mm-wide WAVEBOX housing. These devices can be used in many process automation applications because they are not dependent on an external power supply. 

International approvals (such as ATEX Zone 2 and UL C1D2) also permit usage in explosion-risk zones.




Products:

Order No.: 8528650000
Type: WAS1 CMA LP 1/5/10A ac
Version:
WAVESERIES, Current monitoring, 0...1 A AC/ 0...5 A AC/ 0...10 A AC, 1, 1, Screw connection
 
Order No.: 8528660000
Type: WAZ1 CMA LP 1/5/10A ac
Version:
WAVESERIES, Current monitoring, 0...1 A AC/ 0...5 A AC/ 0...10 A AC, 1, 1, Tension clamp connection
 
Order No.: 8975590000
Type: WAS1 CMA LP 1/5/10A EX
Version:
WAVESERIES, Current monitoring, 0...1 A AC/ 0...5 A AC/ 0...10 A AC, 1, 1, Screw connection
 
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