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Veris H930 Current Switch | Veris Current Monitoring H930
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Veris H930 Current Switch

Hawkeye 1.5 to 200 A Fixed Trip Point Current Switch with 24 VAC/VDC SPST Relay, Split-Core

  • Brand Name: Veris
  • Veris Part#: H930
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Application      :      Building Automation Systems
Current Measurement Range      :      1.5 - 200 A
Current Sensor type      :      Current Switch, AC
Electrical Wiring Size      :      24 - 14 AWG (0.2 - 2.1 mm²)
Measurement Type      :      AC Current
Model      :      H930
Monitored Frequency Range      :      50 - 60 Hz
Monitored Wire Size      :      0.8" (21 mm)
Mounting      :      Split Core
Operating Humidity      :      10 - 90% RH, non-condensing
Operating Temperature      :      5 - 140 °F (-15 - 60 °C)
Output Specifications      :      N.O. 1 A @ 250 VAC
Outputs      :      Switch output | Relay
Product Certification      :      UL | CE
Product Type      :      Sensor
Range      :      HX30 Series
Relay Coil Voltage      :      24 VAC/DC
Relay Contact Ratings      :      Resistive: 10 A @ 250 VAC | Resistive: 10 A @ 30 VDC | Inductive: 5 A @ 250 VAC | Inductive: 5 A @ 30 VDC
Relay Poles/Throw      :      SPST
Setpoint      :      Fixed
Warranty      :      5 years

The Hawkeye relay combination series combines an on/off status sensor and command relay in one package, saving the labor, wire runs and space required to mount a separate relay. The switch and relay (not electrically connected) are in the same housing, saving space and cost. It is ideal for monitoring and controlling motors where belt loss is not a concern.

  • On/off status and command relay in a single labor and space saving device
  • Detect belt loss - cost-effectively monitor start/stop, unit vents, fan coils, exhaust fans, and other loads where belt loss is not a concern
  • Easy setup - no calibration required easy setup and operation
  • No tubing necessary - easier to install than differential pressure switches
  • Induced from monitored conductor sensor power