NK Technologies

San Jose,  CA 
United States
  • Booth: 1511

Please stop by to learn more about our ground fault sensors!

NK Technologies designs and manufacturers more than 1300 sensors to measure and monitor current, voltage and power.

For 2019 we are featuring our line of ground fault sensors that can be used for applications that require ground fault protection for single and three phase loads from 1 to 800 amps. We offer factory fixed and field adjustable trip points from 5ma to 950ma.

We just released our AG-LC series that monitor single and three phase loads up to 800 amps AC.

Brands: Ground Fault Sensors: AG Series AGL Series AGLD Series AG-LC Series AGT Series AGT-FD Series DG Series

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  • High Current Ground Fault Sensor
    The AG-LC Series features are innovative design ideal for monitoring larger circuits for ground faults...

  • The AG-LC Series ground fault sensors feature an innovative design ideal for monitoring larger circuits. The 2011 NEC added section 555.3 to require ground fault protection of the main over current device feeding marinas and boat yards. These services are often carrying up to 800 amps; most sensor designs will not allow the conductors to pass through a single sensing ring. By designing a sensor in a large solid-core housing, the conductors will not have to be passed through a separate sensing device like a zero sequence current transformer. This design makes monitoring of larger circuits a breeze, whether to protect boaters or large equipment like amusement park rides or gantry cranes.

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