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AC Current Sensor

DAYTON

Price: $119.60 / each

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  • Item # 6C055
  • Mfr. Model # 6C055
  • UNSPSC # 39121515
  • Catalog Page # 359
  • Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAC Current Sensor
  • TypeCurrent Sensing
  • Contact FormSPDT
  • Input Voltage120VAC
  • Max. Inrush Current300
  • Amps10
  • Trip Delay (Sec.)0.5 a 50
  • SensorToroidal, 0.36" Through Hole
  • Status IndicatorLED
  • MountingSurface
  • Trip Point (Amps)2 to 20
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Universal AC Current Sensors
Sensors detect locked rotor, loss of current, open heater, or lamp load. Dayton and Schneider models feature switch-selectable overcurrent or undercurrent sensing. Toroidal sensor has 0.36" through hole on Dayton models. UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
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Per additional information provided by the vendor the temperature range is -28 to 65 C (-18 to 149 F).
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I see a listing for "input voltage", but I'm not sure what that is. I need to have this device sense the presence of current and close a set of contacts. I obviously need a pair of wires for the contact points, but is the power needed to pull in the coil on the relay or power the switching circuit generated internally, or do I have to connect another pair of wires from an external power source to provide that power?
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This sensor requires a 120v power source for the coil. The source can be the same as the one being used on the contacts. In order to function, the coil needs to be powered at all times.

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According to the manufacturer, the burden is 2VA. If you call us at 800-323-0620 with the remaining information about your circuits, we can assist you in finding a transformer.

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What is the physical size of this device?

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Per the supplier, this unit is 3.5"L X 2.5"W X 1 5/8"H and the hold for conductor is .36" in diameter. If you need further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-Grainger. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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