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How much current the iEM3100 models can withstand shortly and continuously?Permissible overload capacity

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How much current the iEM3100 models can withstand shortly and continuously?Permissible overload capacity

Dear all,

As we know, the iEM3100 models can be used for up to 63A direct measurement, generally there are overload capacity parameters for the meters which measure current though CTs, so do the iEM3100 models also have these parameters?

Now I want to use iEM3150 for motor's measures, but because there will be a high inrush current when AC motor is energized directly, the value can be 5~7In and maybe even larger, so can I use iEM3150 for motors? If yes, what's the max. power is permissible?

Thanks!