11 KV Indoor current transformers is an instrument which is designed for offering the current flow in secondary circuit perpendicular to the amount of current flowing in its primary circuit. It is generally used for measuring the alternating current that flows through a conductor. These indoor current transformers can evaluate the alternating current and set up the voltage equivalent to the current, excluding heat and size. The indoor current transformer can be operated with very little insertion loss into the conductor current. They also give voltage isolation between the conductor and the measuring circuitry. Our range is available in torodial forms having one winding that conducts the primary current.
Split core current transformers are particularly designed so that they can be gathered around a buss bar with no cutting off. C cores and U core structures are usually used for split core current transformers as they are comparatively simple to take apart and put back together across the buss bar.