Current Sensors and Switches

Sept. 27, 2007
The CurrentWatch line of current sensors and switches measures ac currents to 2,000 A and dc currents to 300 A.

More than 120 different styles include ac and dc-current sensing, solid-core and split-core housings, and analog or discrete outputs. Many models obtain operating power from the sensed current. Other models require 24-Vac/dc or 120-Vac external power.

Eaton Electrical Inc., 1000 Cherrington Pkwy., Moon Township, PA 15208, (412) 893-4043,

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