3 Phase Current Transformers Range


CT75 Series Current Transformers

Moulded 3 phase CT105

Moulded 3 phase CT105


CT140 Series Current Transformers

Series 35 Current Transformers

Series 35 Current Transformers

common uses of 3-phase current transformers

A 3-phase current transformer (CT) is a type of instrument transformer used for measuring or monitoring high currents in a three-phase electrical system. It is designed to step down the current flowing through the primary circuit to a proportional lower value suitable for measurement or protection purposes.

Here are some common uses of 3-phase current transformers:

1. Metering and Energy Management: Current transformers are extensively used in energy metering applications to measure and monitor the electrical energy consumption of three-phase systems. By connecting CTs to the primary conductors of each phase, the secondary windings provide a reduced current proportional to the primary current. This allows accurate measurement and monitoring of power consumption.

2. Motor and Equipment Monitoring: In industrial applications, 3-phase current transformers are employed to monitor the current drawn by motors, generators, transformers, and other electrical equipment. By measuring the current, operators can assess the performance, efficiency, and health of the equipment. Anomalies such as overloading or excessive current draw can be detected and addressed promptly.

3. Power Quality Analysis: Current transformers are utilised in power quality analysis to evaluate the quality of the electrical power supply. They enable measurement and analysis of parameters such as harmonics, voltage sags, swells, and power factor. By monitoring these parameters, engineers can identify issues that affect the stability and reliability of the power system and implement corrective measures.

4. Fault Diagnosis and Analysis: In the event of a fault or disturbance in a three-phase system, current transformers help in diagnosing the fault and analysing its characteristics. By examining the current waveforms, engineers can determine the fault type (such as a short circuit or ground fault) and locate the fault within the system. This information aids in efficient fault clearing and system restoration.

It’s important to note that the specific application and characteristics of a 3-phase current transformer can vary depending on the requirements of the electrical system and the intended use.

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