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Current Sensors

‚ÄčFor Multi-Mon and PowerSmart Meters
Current sensors for Multi-Mon and PowerSmart meters are available as split and solid core sensors and are ordered by the piece. They can only be used with Multi-Mon and PowerSmart meters. Sensors are not compatible with other styles of Honeywell meters.
 
Key Features
  • All sensors 600V rated
  • 2.5 Meter cable length for all sensors
  • Split Core available in values from 100A to 1200A
  • Solid Core available in 100A and 400A
Ordering
These sensors can be order directly on this site. Please log in and click here for the selection of sensors.
 
 
 
 
For H-Series Meters
 
Key Features
  • Split-core current sensors are supplied with Honeywell Class 100, 200, 320, 500 and Green meters.
  • Current sensors can be installed up to 2000 feet away from meter. Leads supplied are 3' in length and can be extended up to 2000 feet using low voltage #14-22 AWG wire. (stranded/twisted not required) See local electrical codes for proper sizing.
  • When paralleling current sensors, the meter reading must be multiplied by the number of sets of current sensors in parallel.
Ordering
These sensors can be order directly on this site. Please log in and click here for the selection of sensors.
 
 
 


For Din-Mon Meters
 
Key Features
  • Split-core current sensors: 0.333V standard, 100mA optional; solid-core 0.333V and 100mA, optional.
  • The standard meter kit for either configuration comes with 0.333V split-core current sensors, but 0-100mA output current sensors and solid-core sensors are optionally available.
  • Fully Encapsulated
  • Split Core Sensors available in the following amperages: 100A, 200A, and 800A.
  • Solid Core Sensors available in the following amperages: 100A and 200A.
Note: These current sensors cannot be used with any other Honeywell Submeter products.

Ordering
Submeter part numbers can be determined by following the part configuration guide provided in the downloaded/printed H-Series brochure, or simply use the spreadsheet with description and pricing for the most common submeter options.