Current transformer classification

Update date:2018-04-30 Source:MAXGE

First, according to the installation method:

1. Through-type current transformers: Current transformers used to pass through the screen or wall.

2. Pillar-type current transformers: installed on planes or pillars, and used as a current transformer for circuit conductor pillars.

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3. Bushing type current transformer: A type of current transformer with no primary conductor and primary insulation, which is directly sheathed on the insulating bushing.

4. Bus-type current transformers: There is no primary conductor but one insulation. A current transformer used directly on the busbar.

Second, according to use points:

1. Measuring current transformer: The measurement winding of the current transformer provides current information of the power grid to devices such as measurement and metering within the normal operating current range.

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2. Current transformers for protection: The protective windings of current transformers provide grid fault current information to relay protection devices in case of grid fault conditions.

Third, according to insulation medium:

1. Dry current transformer: It is insulated by ordinary insulation material by dipping.

2. Casting current transformers: Current transformers cast with epoxy resin or other resin mixed materials.

3, oil-immersed current transformer: insulated paper and insulating oil as the insulation, generally outdoor type. At present, China is commonly used in various voltage levels.

4. Gas insulated current transformer: The main insulation consists of SF6 gas.

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Fourth, according to the principle of current transformation:

1. Photoelectric current transformers: current transformers that implement current conversion through photoelectric conversion principles. Among them, the photoelectric type can be divided into: hybrid photoelectric transformer, magneto-optic glass photoelectric transformer and all-fiber photoelectric transformer.

2. Electromagnetic current transformers: current transformers for current conversion based on the principle of electromagnetic induction.

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