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Current Transformer, Split Core, 800A, 333mV, 3.0x3.5” Opening, 144” Lead, 1.0% Accuracy, Black, For Submetering


Current Transformer, Split Core, 333MV, 800A, 1.0% 3.0 X 3.5 in, 12 FT Leads

Leviton 333mV Current Transformers (CTs) support the Series 4000, Series 4100, Series 7000, and Series 7100 lines of revenue-grade submeters and help meet all measurement and verification-based opportunities, including smart submetering and LEED rating achievement.

UPC Code: 078477675779
Country of Origin : United States
RoHS Compliant: Yes – Click Here

Product Information

  • Electrical Specifications

    Amperage : 800 A

  • Product Features

    CT Size (inches) : 1.25" x 1.25"

    CT Type : Split Core

    Product Line : CT: Series 4000, 4100, 7000, 7100

Split core CTs can be disassembled or ‘split’ into halves eliminating the need to turn power off and open the circuit during installation. This time-saving installation is ideal for critical loads that cannot be disconnected. Leviton split core CTs are designed to close and lock to ensure a secure, fast and precise installation with no need for time-consuming tie wraps and no worries about improper seating or core separation.

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