WAGO uses cookies so we can continuously optimize and improve our Website. By continuing to use this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Further information is given in the cookie guidelines.

| WAGO | Press | Press Releases | WAGO | Press | Press Releases | Overview

Apr 11, 2018

WAGO Adds Shunt Current Measurement to Power Measurement Portfolio

Germantown, WI—March, 2018

WAGO adds an additional module to its current line of 3-phase power measurement modules.

The 750-494/000-005 uses external shunts to measure current power networks up to 480 VAC. The module can also be used to measure DC voltages up to 277 VDC and high currents on two channels. Benefits include:

  • For AC and DC currents
  • Flexibility: use with any fieldbus, anywhere
  • Measure high currents up to 20,000 amps

These modules provide users comprehensive analysis via fieldbus and the ability to use external shunts for current measurement. Like the other modules in WAGO’s line of 3-phase power measurement modules, this new module also monitors numerous AC values such as voltage, current, power (active, reactive and apparent), power factors, phase shift angles and frequencies. These complement our current modules that use CT or Rogowski sensors for proportional current measurement. For more on the latest from WAGO, visit www.wago.us/news.

About WAGO:

Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at WAGO. From our pioneering CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology to our extensive range of Interconnect, Interface and Automation solutions, such as the fieldbus independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM, our customers count on the unconditional performance and reliability of our products to ensure the safe, efficient operation of their systems every time.

For additional information, visit www.wago.us. Contact WAGO at 1-800-DIN-RAIL or info.us@wago.com.

  • How may we help?
  • Add to bookmark list
The document could not be added to the bookmark list.
Item was added to the bookmark list successfully.
Page was added to the bookmark list successfully.
Digital Media was added to the bookmark list successfully.
Document was added to the bookmark list successfully.