Aim Dynamics, a supplier of DC current transformer and other power monitoring equipment, partners with Measurlogic to offer our customers the DTS-310 Energy Sub-meter.
As Colorado’s leading supplier of power monitoring software, Aim Dynamics has always been the premier choice of businesses for our high quality products, affordable prices, and on-time delivery. We are known widely as the number one distributor for products like current sensor, flexible current transformer, and split core transformer. To ensure that our customers get only the best, we have improved our services by offering quality products through our new business partnership with Measurlogic.
Measurlogic is an American manufacturer of energy-efficient Smart Revenue Grade Electrical Energy Sub-Meters and Practical Data Acquisition Systems. Through this partnership, Measurlogic meters will now be available at Aim Dynamics including one of the best flexible current transformers in the market, the DTS-310 Line Powered 3 Phase Energy Sub-Meter. We offer the DTS-310 Energy Sub-Meter with a 3-rope kit of RCT-1800-000 Magnelab Rope CT AC current sensors.
We at Aim Dynamics have recently partnered with Measurlogic, and we’re glad to inform you that we now have its Measurlogic DTS-310 in store as the latest addition to our array of quality split core current transformer, current and voltage sensors, and transducers. We’re offering this sub-meter in package with 3 Magnelab Revenue Grade AC Current Sensor SCT-075R.
Measurlogic DTS 310 is a Class 2, single/three phase sub-meter of revenue grade. It supports communication interfaces, electronic data transfer, and data storage. The NET metering measures bi-directional energy flows, and features a security mechanism that protects it, and detects tampering. The visible energy consumption display will help you read departmental energy consumption and monitor surges in the energy usage of your equipment.
Global energy demand will continue to increase due to population growth. In a recent Hydrocarbon Engineering report, Emma McAleavey writes that even with energy efficiency measures in place, residential, commercial, and industrial demand for energy will grow between 2010 and 2040.
Fortunately, North America and Europe will see the lowest increase in demand. Building code updates, energy efficiency mandates, and investment in alternative sources of energy are able to keep the rate of increase down to 20 percent. McAleavey reports, though, that it could’ve been 50 percent—at par with Asia, a budding mega-economy.
The first step in mitigating power surges is to recognize that they are sometimes inevitable and thereby spell the need to install a flexible current transformer. Such a device is commonly used to measure surge currents. Aside from utility works, power surges can also be caused by lightning or internal circuitry (e.g. activating high-powered systems).
The next step is to identify the cause. If the facility is experiencing power surges on a clear day, lightning is unlikely to be the culprit. Experts believe most power surges stem from within a facility, such as a faulty wire or tripped circuit breaker somewhere. You can use the readings on the current transformer to determine fluctuations in a conductor’s current.
If you are in need of high-quality current sensors to efficiently manage your business’s energy consumption, then you’ve come to the right place. Here at Aim Dynamics, we allow custom modifications for your utmost satisfaction. You can have your newly purchased current sensors customized with additional AC or DC current transformer accessories.
Simply start by clicking on the current sensor you want to purchase and selecting your amp rating. After that, you’ll be directed to the page where you can see the description and features of your product of choice. To see how you can get a discount, simply click the “view quantity discount” box beside the description-features-certifications row, if available. At the bottom section, you can find all the accessories—and links to their respective descriptions—available for your product. You can purchase more than one accessory if needed.
The Adc to Vac Transducer can convert a 2-300 Adc input to a 333 mVac output. The device is suitable for battery chargers, DC motor drives and DC systems, mobile applications, and similar systems that will be plugged into a power meter expecting a 333 mVac such as an eGauge power meter. The device has a DIN rail mount option; if preferred, it can also be mounted on a panel.
This transducer has a 0.79” opening and weighs 0.5 lbs. It also has a supply voltage of 24 Vdc +/- 10% with a 1% accuracy. The operating temperature of the Adc to Vac Transducer is 0-50°C and contains an insulation voltage of 2500 Vdc. Users can look forward to a response time of 250 ms Max and 0-90% FS, and depending on your particular needs, the equipment can be customized based on the amp rating you require. Lastly, rest assured that the Adc to Vac Transducer is RoHS compliant.