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Parts by Number for Donut Transformer Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
01297 Allied Electronics, Inc. SIMPSON ELECTRIC Not Provided Transformer,Current; Donut;100 A Prim.;5 A Sec.;20:1;50 to 400 Hz;1%;Brass
01298 Allied Electronics, Inc. SIMPSON ELECTRIC Not Provided Transformer,Current; Donut;150 A Prim.;5 A Sec.;30:1;50 to 400 Hz;1%;Brass
01299 Allied Electronics, Inc. SIMPSON ELECTRIC Not Provided Transformer,Current; Donut;200 A Prim.;5 A Sec.;40:1;50 to 400 Hz;1%;Brass
01297 Newark / element14 SIMPSON Not Provided SIMPSON - 01297 - DONUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER
01305 Newark / element14 SIMPSON Not Provided SIMPSON - 01305 - DONUT CURRENT TRANSFORMER

Conduct Research Top

  • Donut Transformers
    Donut transformers, also called toroidal transformers, have no internal primary winding as such. The primary is the conductor in which the current is to be monitored, and is not an integral part of the transformer. The primary conductor is simply placed through the window of the current transformer
  • Conductivity Measurement: Critical for Clean-In-Place Systems
    of that induced voltage is directly proportional to the conductivity of the solution. Inductive sensors (traditionally used to measure the caustics and acids in the CIP process) also come in two types. Standard inductive sensors have a donut shape and are inserted into the pipe where the measured solution