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What You Should Know About Electricity Sensors

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Update time : 2021-08-04 11:12:24
Electricity sensors are mainly suitable for automatic control and remote control fields to realize real-time online data monitoring. It is a detection device that can feel the information of the measured electricity, and can transform the detected and felt information into electrical signals or other required forms of information output according to a certain rule, so as to meet the needs of information transmission, processing, storage, display, record and control requirements.
 
It is the primary element to realize automatic detection and automatic control. It is also a device that converts the measured electrical parameters (such as current, voltage, power, frequency, power factor and other signals) into DC current, DC voltage, and isolates and outputs analog or digital signals.
 
The main features of the power sensor:
1. Transmission: low power consumption, reliable and safe data;
2. Node: encrypted data transmission, automatic networking, self-diagnosis;
3. Network: Simple networking, easy disassembly and assembly;
4. Monitoring: online monitoring of electrical parameters such as voltage, current, active power, reactive power, and apparent power;
5. Measuring point: small size, no cable.
 
The general technical conditions of the electric quantity sensor:
Relative humidity: ≤93%
Accuracy level: 0.2, 0.5 level
Storage conditions: temperature -40~+70℃, relative humidity 20~90%, no condensation
Working temperature: -10~55℃
Mean time between failures: ≥30000h
 
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