Sensors Push: Easy Installation Transformers

Sensors range, Rogowski coils and transformers

Push Transformers: Developed to Improve Your Installation

Sensors Push has a button to open the core that allows the device to be separated into two pieces and can be easily installed in complex wiring systems.

The TP Push transformer set has been carefully developed to improve the installation of TP series CTs.

  • The complete range covers a primary current range of 100 – 5000 A, with secondary outputs of 1 or 5 A.
  • These devices offer an accuracy class of 0.5, 1 and 3.
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Sensors® Push Technical characteristics

Sensors® Push Measurements

Measurement Sensors

At Smilics Technologies, we offer sensory solutions such as our Rogowski clamps and current transformers. Both designed to respond to the need for measurement and protection of secondary substations.

Rogowski clamps are essential to protect critical electrical systems in these centers, thanks to their precision and their main characteristic of not saturating, they allow precise detection of high currents and provide a quick response to short circuits, overloads and failures.

On the other hand, our current transformers provide very precise data for continuous monitoring of power supply quality and system performance, even being able to provide 0.2s class accuracies.

With these solutions, Smilics Technologies optimizes safety and operational efficiency in secondary substations, adapting to the specific needs of each installation.

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