NK Technologies Blog
NK Technologies Introduces AGLD Fault Sensors: Large LED Display Allows Clear Viewing of Trip Point in Any Light Condition
NK Technologies Introduces CT-MS 5A Secondary Current Transformer with Split-Core Design and Larger Aperture for Easy Installation
AGT Series Ground Fault Indicators from NK Technologies Combine Current Transformer & True RMS Signal in One Package
Precision Calibrated Current Switches Simplify Installation and Improve Performance for Limit Alarm Applications
More Simply and Effectively Monitor Heating Element Controls with ATH Series Current Transducers from NK Technologies
Reliably Monitor Process Conditions Wirelessly with New WRT Transmitter/Receiver from NK Technologies
New DS1 Current Sensors from NK Technologies Detect Very Low DC Current Levels in Compact, Simple-to-Use Package
Significantly Simplify Current Monitoring and Help Minimize Downtime with ASL Switches from NK Technologies
Benefit from Cost-Effective Motor Monitoring and Over-Load Protection with ASXP Current Sensing Switch from NK Technologies
Simplify Current Load Monitoring and Help Keep Motors Performing Optimally with ASM Smart Switch from NK Technologies
NK Technologies introduces the newly re-designed ASM Series Smart-Switch. These self-calibrating switches use the actual load current to set the trip point and provide the simplest way to ensure that a motor is working properly.
Seamlessly Convert a CT Signal to a Standard 4-20mA Output with New CTC Signal Converters from NK Technologies
NK Technologies introduces CTC Series Signal Converters. With the CTC series users can utilize an existing standard 5 amp secondary CT or low voltage (0.333 VAC) ProteCT™ current transformer with non-contact ranges as low as 0-5 amps over a conductor to produce a standard 4-20mA two-wire, loop-powered signal.
NK Technologies introduces DT Series Large Aperture Current Transducers. The DT series combines a hall effect sensor and signal conditioner into a single package for use in DC current applications up to 1200 amps.