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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
K3FS-RMS-F Digi-Key Omron Automation and Safety Industrial Controls, Meters SYSBUS TRANS.100-10KOHM
DMS-EB-RMS-C Digi-Key Murata Power Solutions Inc Industrial Controls, Meters CONV BOARD AC TO RMS FOR DMS-30
TM2440RMS Radwell General Electric Not Provided 400A METER SOCKT LD CTR-RING STYLE
TMH2440RMS Radwell General Electric Not Provided 400A METER SOCKET LOAD CENTER
TMH2432RMS Radwell General Electric Not Provided METER SOCKT LD CTR-RING STYLE
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  • TRUE RMS MEASURING vs. AVERAGE ABSOLUTE MEASURING CURRENT AND VOLTAGE TRANSDUCERS
    The most popular voltage and current transducers and meters actually measure the average absolute value of the voltage or current and are calibrated for the RMS value for a sine wave. input.
  • Designing Energy Meters with the PIC16F873A
    to build meters that are competitive in price with traditional devices, while maintaining the required IEC 1036 Class 1 accuracy of ±1% for domestic applications. Microcontrollers also allow the easy incorporation of added features, such as rms voltage and current and peak demand metering, as local
  • PIC18F2520 MCP3909 3-Phase Energy Meter Reference Design - Meter Test Results and Adapting the Meter Design for other Requirements
    calibration step can be +0° LINE skipped for active power only meters as it only applies to the RMS measurement. LOAD Total Energy When the meter is shipped the configuration of the +120° output pulse is set such that the pulse frequency is LINE proportional to the total active energy being consumed across
  • High Accuracy Power Meter PSN50 (.pdf)
    The High Accuracy Power Meter is the latest addition to Anritsu's handheld products. It is designed to provide field users with a practical power meter solution for base station testing by delivering bench top accuracy to the field environment. The 50 MHz to 6 GHz PSN50 sensor delivers true RMS
  • Agilent: Spectrum Analysis Basics
    calibrated to display the rms value of a sine wave. It is important to understand that the spectrum analyzer is not a power meter, even though it can be used to display power directly. As long as we know some value of a sine wave (for example, peak or average) and know the resistance across which we

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