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Current Transformers, Solid Core, 200A, 100mA, 0.72" Opening, 48” Leads, +/-0.3% Accuracy, Quantity 3 (1 Red, 1 Black, 1 Blue), For Submetering


Submetering Current Transformers, 200A, 200:0.1A, 0.72", Blue, Red, Black, 1 each, Electric Meter: Yes, Title 24 Compliant, ASHRAE 90.1 Compliant. Note: Color coding is used as a visual aide for identifying phases during installation. Color coding is cosmetic only.

Leviton solid core CTs are cost effective and less susceptible to damage during installation. Solid core CTs slip over power lines to measure the electrical current flowing through the line. The CT “secondary” wires connect to the submeter facilitating power and energy calculations. They are compact and cost effective. Solid core CTs are accurate (0.3% maximum error). For installation, power must be de-energized and the circuit opened in order to slip the CT over the power line.

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UPC Code: 078477547229
Country of Origin : China

Product Information

  • Product Features

    CT Size (inches) : 0.72

    CT Type : Solid Core

    Product Line : CT: Mini Meters, MMUs

  • Electrical Specifications

    Amperage : 200 A

Submetering Applications

Use current transformers in commercial, institutional, industrial and government submetering applications to support:

  • Load profiling and benchmarking
  • AMR/BAS/BMS/EMS integration
  • Power quality analysis
  • Usage aggregation
  • Tenant cost allocation
  • Measurement and verification
  • Net metering
  • Energy conservation and cost reduction
  • Green building initiatives and government mandates

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