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5SFT-501 - 

Current Transformer, 500:5, 500 A, 50 Hz, 400 Hz, Panel

CROMPTON - TE CONNECTIVITY 5SFT-501

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Manufacturer Part No:
5SFT-501
Newark Part No.:
85C2465
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500:5
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500A
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50Hz
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400Hz
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Panel
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The 5SFT-501 is a 500A Current Transformer comes with brass studs #8-32 UNC terminals, an one flat washer, a lock-washer and regular nut. The flexible leads are approved by UL 1015 105°C and CSA standards. Available in SFT case style, also available in SFL with leads.
  • 600V, 10kV BIL Full wave insulation level

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Metering, Test & Measurement

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TE/Crompton Current Transformer Model: 5SFT-501

Does this transformer operate similar to a clamp-on portable multimeter (Ammeter) function?

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Would the user circuit a current across a wire through the doughnut hole in the center of the transformer?

Is the current transformed through a circuit connection to the poles located on the top?
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Yes, A wire carrying current is passed through the doughnut hole in the center of the transformer & the output current is transformed through a circuit connection to the poles located at the top.
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