Motor and supply power monitoring module type ABS CA 443
For all your electrical measuring needs
The CA 443 is an electrical property measuring device used either for a complete station or for a single pump. It can be connected to the PC 441 via a galvanic-isolated CAN-bus interface and can only be used in combination with the PC 441 monitoring/controller unit.
Main design features
- The CA 443 is connected to all three phases, voltage, and current
- The direct connected monitoring range is 300 VAC (phase-neutral), 520 VAC (phase-phase) and via standard current transformers with a secondary current of 0 – 5 A. A separate voltage transformer is required to connect a higher voltage
- A phase angle correction can be set in the PC 441 software for external voltage transformers
- Thanks to its galvanic isolated CAN-bus interface, you can mount the monitoring device either in the cabinet or up to 250 meters away from the pump
- Voltage monitoring in all phases
- Current monitoring in all phases
- Power factor calculation
- Energy consumption calculation
- Alarm for high/low supply voltage
- Alarm for high/low power supply frequency
- Alarm for phase failure and unbalance
- DIN rail mounted
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