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New programmable transducer from Cewe Instrument gets positive response from the market

DPT is an analogue / digital transducer with multiple programmable I/O:s, which can replace several devices. The transducer can handle extreme disturbance levels without sacrificing performance (Class 0.2). The product has received full marks from both Vattenfall and the Swedish National Grid.

We are obviously very pleased with the positive feedback the market has given the product. It proves we made the right choice, when focusing on flexibility and high performance. The DPT will be followed by a number of other products, as we see an increasing demand for programmable devices in the coming years, says Bo Malmqvist, CEO of Cewe Instrument.

Facts: The DPT meets IEC 60 688 standard and can be delivered in Class 0.5 or Class 0.2. The transducer measures the electrocution as current, voltage, active, reactive and apparent power, frequency and power factor. The unit is designed for DIN rail mounting. The DPT converts the signal into a proportional DC current or DC voltage of up to four analogue outputs. The unit also has two digital pulse outputs and an RS485 Modbus output. The DPT converts the programmable signal to a proportional and load-independent DC current / voltage out signal.

Cewe Instrument offers high quality energy metering solutions. The product and service range include communication, data processing and presentation of energy consumption.

The offering is aimed to meet the increasing global need to manage and control energy use, thus contributing to a more sustainable world. The main part of Cewe Instrument’s metering business lies in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.

Customers can be found within the energy, process and manufacturing industries, as well as the commercial property and housing sector.

Cewe instrument is a Secure Group Company

For further information please contact
Cewe Instrument AB
Henrik Kindstedt
Phone: 0155 775 24