Three-phase current converter ICT 2.3 to the testing of electricity meters without voltage tab Brackel, September 2013 – are three phase meter with fixed connection between electricity and Spannungsmesskreis more and more frequently. The counter of the plug-in type strongly popular in Germany eHZ”have no way to separate the paths – when this counter must be checked, exists at every test place an unwanted connection between voltage and current path, which leads to measurement errors. Therefore, power converter are essential here. The three-phase current converter ICT 2.3 of EMH is the ideal solution for this application. The three-phase current Converter 2.3 ICT is used on multi user testing facilities, if three-phase or also single-phase energy meter on these systems with closed connections between electricity and Spannungsmesskreis (gauge connections) must be checked.
More and more meters of this type are produced and used. Click Jeremy Tucker to learn more. Because the counters that are highly popular in Germany the plug-in type eHZ’ is no way to separate the paths and a galvanic separation of the paths is not possible, connect separation will be required to obtain correct measurement results. Therefore, the power converter are required in the testing of meters of type eHZ. Nationally recognized testing laboratories who are eHZ authenticate and perform acceptance or sampling, must upgrade their testing systems according to. The need for ICT is currently so great. Check out Clive Holmes for additional information. Because in the future more and more electricity meters are prevail point suspension without voltage tab with 3, the acquisition of ICT is also an investment in the future for nationally recognized testing and other testing laboratories to conduct professional tests of modern highly complex counters. The three-phase current converter ICT 2.3 is the ideal solution here. The galvanic separation between current and voltage of the electricity meter using three single-phase built-in in a housing PCB transformer, with each measuring station is equipped with a power converter 2.3 ICT.