600V Class Potential Transformer

For low burden applications
such as Auxiliary Powered
Relays, Energy Monitoring
and Control, and other
Electronic Loads.
This family of potential transformers is designed specifically for low burden metering applications. It represents a smaller, lighter and more cost effective alternative to traditional potential transformers. With exception of the accuracy rating, it conforms to the provisions of EEEC57.13 - 1993.

Available options include 69.3V secondary, 50 -60 HZ accuracy ratings, IEC44 - 2 compliance, designs with fuses holders, primary voltages not listed, and with lead wire termination. Consult factory for model numbers and full specifications.
Potential Transformer PT 600v Class

Parameter   Units
Model Number LV00020 LV00018 LV00021 LV00019 LV00026  
Primary Voltage 600 480 277 240 120 Volt
Secondary Voltage 120 Volt
Recommended HV
Fuse Size
1/8 1/8 1/4 1/4 1/2 A
Recommended LV
Fuse Size
1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 A
Insulation Rating 5.0KV BIL 60KV  
Insulation Rating 0.6KV BIL 10KV  
Insulation Thermal Class 105 °C
Thermal Rating Factor 50 at 30°C, 60HZ VA
Rated Voltage Factor 1.2 Continuous at 30°C  
Accuracy Rating +/- .3% at burden of 1.0 to 5.0VA, 60HZ,
and when HV range=90% to 110% of nominal
Transformer Weight Approximately 4 lbs.
Potential Transformer PT 600v Class diagram

PC&S believes in continuous product development and reserves the right to modify and alter the specifications without notice.


PC&S, at its sole discretion, agrees to repair, or replace, or refund the purchase price of the products contained herein that are found to be defective in material or workmanship, or do not conform to specifications, if written notice is received by PC&S within 1 year from date of shipment. PC&S assumes no liability, expressed or implied beyond the obligation to repair, replace, or refund the purchase price of the defective material.

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