AC current displays have visual indicators
CR Magnetics' three new AC current displays have visual indicators to better relay measurements of electrical current flow.
CR Magnetics, Inc. introduced the CurrentMark Series of self-powered, non-contact AC Current Displays. The new CurrentMark AC Current Displays are designed as a method for providing visual indications and measurement of electrical current flow.
The key feature of the new CurrentMark AC Current Displays is its self-powering with three types of visual indicators in a compact size. Major applications are to monitor status of heater elements, to observe remote loads, to indicate phase loss and to monitor motor operation.
The New CR Magnetics CurrentMark Series of AC Current Displays employ unique and highly effective visual indicators:
- CM1000 Series - 7 LED Color Indicator
- CM2000 Series - Color Lite Bar
- CM3000 Series - LCD Display
The New Technology CR Magnetics CurrentMark Series of AC Current Displays have overall casing sizes of 3.16-inch W x 1.79-in. H.
CR Magentics, Inc.
- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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