Shunt

Reference Norms:
· Electrical Characteristics GENELC HD 233, CEI 13-6, IEC 51, VDE 0410, BS 89, C 42-100
· Safety norms CENELEC RD 215, CEI 13-10, IEC 414, DIN 57410, BS 5458, C 42-010
· Dimensions in accordance with DIN 43703 norms.

Temperatures:
· Reference Temperature 20 °C
· Operating Temperature -25 +60 °C
· Storage Temperature -40 +80 °C.

Humidity:
· Relative humidity of the environment ≤95%.

Overloading:
· 1.2 Permanent
· 10 ln for 5 seconds up to 250 A
· 5 ln for 5 seconds from 251 to 2,000 A
· 2 ln for 5 seconds from 2.001 to 10,000 A

Precision:
· Class 0.5
The primary characteristic of the resistive alloy making up the shunt is the extremely low variation of resistance as the temperature varies.
These are resistors with a sturdy construction, which are especially suitable for welders, feeders and wherever it is necessary to pick up current in proportion to the progress of the circulating current in the circuit where they are inserted.
The primary characteristic of the resistive alloy making up the shunt is the extremely low variation of resistance as the temperature varies

STANDARD CHARACTERISTICS


 
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