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ION7650 current probe selection

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Ken_Hsu
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ION7650 current probe selection

Hi everyone,

I have a question about CT selection with ION7650.This is a retrofit project. 380V. The load I am measuring fluctuates up to 630A.

If I select the "Current Probe Inputs" option,  which CT models are compatible? Is it the 1VAC or 0.333VAC, or both?

Also, are there technical specs and dimensions for the different model current probes? I would like to compare the current probe option to the split core 5A ct option, in terms of ease of installation, setup and accuracy.

Apologies in advance if it is written in a manual. I could not find any drawings in the ION7650 technical data sheet and the Current Probe Input Option document.

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Yut
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Re: ION7650 current probe selection

I used many option F meters in the past project mostly use with the M1UB 10A1V.

You can download the datasheet from .Universal Technic - Accueil  (now they become Fluke).