Season 3 - Episode #10 - The design and manufacture of current transformers
In this latest podcast from Electronic Specifier Insights we’ll be speaking to Alex Deakin Business Development Manager for SIGA (Electronics), the UK’s leading manufacturer of toroidal and bobbin wound components and associated assemblies. The company offers current transformers to meet all customer requirements for metering and protection purposes. And are used in a variety of different applications.
SIGA (Electronics) has also announced that its current transformer (CT) products conform to IEC regulations from design, through manufacturing to final test. Standards including IEC 61869 are addressed by specific conformance testing for current transformers, carried out in SIGA’s dedicated COVID-19-secure UK workspaces by specially trained operators.
The company offers current transformers to meet all customers' requirements for metering and protection purposes. These are busbar mounted and used in many different applications. For example, SIGA’s CTs are the basis of Parasense units used in supermarket refrigeration – a huge opportunity in the US and elsewhere.
SIGA supplies CTs into switchgear contractors for the rapidly growing data centre distribution industry. Other customers include providers of switchgear to aerospace, automotive, power generation, MOD applications and rail transport.