Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
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Hi;
What would be the standard ratios for a CT Multi Ratio CT4000/5
Thanks,
DMA
What would be the standard ratios for a CT Multi Ratio CT4000/5
Thanks,
DMA
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RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
I don't remember the tap combinations off the top of my head :)
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
600:5
X1:X2 20 turns x 5 = 100:5
X2:X3 10 turns x 5 = 50:5
X3:X4 50 turns x 5 = 250:5
X4:X5 40 turns x 5 = 200:5
1200:5
X1:X2 40 turns x 5 = 200:5
X2:X3 20 turns x 5 = 100:5
X3:X4 100 turns x 5 = 500:5
X4:X5 80 turns x 5 = 400:5
2000:5
X1:X2 80 turns x 5 = 400:5
X2:X3 160 turns x 5 = 800:5
X3:X4 60 turns x 5 = 300:5
X4:X5 100 turns x 5 = 500:5
3000:5
X1:X2 200 turns x 5 = 1000:5
X2:X3 240 turns x 5 = 1200:5
X3:X4 60 turns x 5 = 300:5
X4:X5 100 turns x 5 = 500:5
4000:5
X1:X2 100 turns x 5 = 500:5
X2:X3 300 turns x 5 = 1500:5
X3:X4 200 turns x 5 = 1000:5
X4:X5 200 turns x 5 = 1000:5
5000:
X1:X2 300 turns x 5 = 1500:5
X2:X3 100 turns x 5 = 500:5
X3:X4 400 turns x 5 = 2000:5
X4:X5 200 turns x 5 = 1000:5
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
ie is it the standard to have P1 nearest to the source ?
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
Thanks,
Richard Byrne.
Richard Byrne, E.E.T.
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT
RE: Multi Ratio Current Transformer  CT