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What is a current transformer?

5/4/2018 11:04 AM


What is a current transformer?

A current transformer (CT) is mainly used to measure (AC) alternating electric current levels that need to be monitored when exceeding 50 ampere’s. The CT produces a 5 amp output for each secondary range. The current transformer (CT) provides additional isolation from the conductor.

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Posted in Application Note By Hoyt Meter

Water Irrigation Center Point Systems

Water Irrigation Center Pivot Systems: Hoyt is at the Center Point

You are at the grocery store sorting through all the fruits and vegetables to determine what is good or bad. The carrots, lettuce, watermelon, peppers, and grapes all look good and have colors that really standout.
Who grows all th...
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Posted in Application Note By Joe Legerstee

Analog Panel Meters: Will the Trend Continue?

Analog Panel Meters were once used to measure AC and DC voltage and current exclusively in many products. Every older piece of test equipment available seemed to have an analog indicator of one form or another. To monitor different aspects in a circuit, some meters would indicate a rate of change...
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Pipeline Cathodic Protection

8/4/2017 4:46 PM


Pipeline Cathodic Protection Using the 582 or 17/3 Rugged Analog Meter Series

Pipeline Cathodic Protection Using the 582 or 17/3 Rugged Analog Meter Series

Cathodic protection is a technique used to control corrosion by directing the path and direction in which current flows1. Cathodic protection can be used to protect and extend the overall duty cycle of several different m...
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Water Irrigation Center Point Systems

Analog Portable Wattmeters are portable insertion-type instruments that measure forward and reflected power in coaxial transmission lines.

In simple terms, power behaves like a wave of water. There is a forward wave which moves toward the source and a reflected wave moving in the reverse direct...
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Posted in Application Note By Joe Legerstee

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