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ABB; AC Current Transducer, DCSA Series Loop Powered

ABB; AC Current Transducer, DCSA Series Loop Powered

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Low Voltage Products & Systems8.12
AccessoriesAccessoriesAccessoriesAccessoriesAccessoriesDescriptionDescriptionDescriptionDescriptionDescription
The DCSA Series is a loop powered, linear output current transducer that provides an output that is directlyproportional to the RMS AC current passing through the LCSC10T12 sensor. The DCSA provides either ananalog current or voltage: 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V DC, or 2 to 10 V DC. Each unit is factory calibrated for monitoring(with the LCSC10T12 connected) from 0 to 5, 0 to 10, 0 to 20, or 0 to 50 A in four ranges. Zero and spanadjustments allow field calibration if needed. The DCSA mounts on both DIN 1 and DIN 3 rails.
OperationOperationOperationOperationOperation
The DCSA varies the effective resistance of its outputin direct proportion to the current flowing in theconductor monitored by the LCSC10T12. Connectingthe power supply to terminals C & D provides a 4 to20 mA DC current. Connect the power supply toterminals C & A to get 1 to 5 V DC at terminal D.Connect the power supply to terminals C & B to get 2to 10 V DC at terminal D.
      D      C      S      A      2      B      0      1      0      6 .      2      1 .      0      4
Mounts on DIN 1 or DIN 3Rail0 ... 50 A in 4 Ranges usingLCSC10T12 SensorLoop Powered from 10 ...30 V DCLinear Output from 4 ...20 mA, 1 ... 10 V DCZero and Span AdjustmentsSeparate Sensor & ControlUnitApprovals:
AC CurrAC CurrAC CurrAC CurrAC Current Tent Tent Tent Tent Transducerransducerransducerransducerransducer
DCSA SeriesLoop Powered
ConnectionConnectionConnectionConnectionConnection
Current SensorP/N:
 
LCSC10T12LCSC10T12LCSC10T12LCSC10T12LCSC10T12
AD = Instrument, Meter, or PLC InputPS = Power Supply
Connection for4 ... 20 mA LoopLCSC10T12Current Sensor
To LCSC10T12Current Sensor
Connection forAnalog VoltageOutput
Connect One:A = 1 ... 5 V DCB = 2 ... 10 V DCConnect One:A = 1 ... 5 V DCB = 2 ... 10 V DCJumper used whencurrent source is notLCSC10T12
Part NumberPart NumberPart NumberPart NumberPart NumberDCSA Input Range (F to E)DCSA Input Range (F to E)DCSA Input Range (F to E)DCSA Input Range (F to E)DCSA Input Range (F to E)Current Range with LCSC10T12Current Range with LCSC10T12Current Range with LCSC10T12Current Range with LCSC10T12Current Range with LCSC10T12DCSA5DCSA10DCSA20DCSA50LCSC10T120 ... 5 mA AC0 ... 10 mA AC0 ... 20 mA AC0 ... 50 mA ACToroidal Sensor0 ... 5 A0 ... 10 A0 ... 20 A0 ... 50 AMonitoredCurrentAmps
 
DCSAOutputDCSAwithLCSC10T12
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