Definitions for "Current Transformer"
A transformer that steps down the current in a circuit by a fixed percentage from a high value to a low value in order to provide a useable current for metering purposes.
A transformer designed to have its primary winding connected in series with the circuit and used for transforming current to a value suitable for measurement or control. . Return to
a type of "instrument transformer" that is designed to provide a current in its
a device installed in a system that changes the size and current of a transmission in order to utilize that same transmission to fulfill multiple tasks