- About the Digital Power Transducer HC 6600
HC 6600 digital power transducer is a conceptualized and
designed to revolutionized the approach to traditional
This power transducer is a compact, electronically advanced
and programmable device. It is the answer to future generation
of electrical transducers' needs and methodology.
- Environmental Impact & Cost Saving
The HC 6600 can replace many units of conventional analog
or digital instruments, and change over switches (e.g.
Amp, Volt, KVA, KW, PF, KWH, KVarH, FQ ... etc.).
This saves the wiring material usage and reduces the cost
on traditional transducers' needs.
- Increase Productivity & Efficiency
The HC 6600 is specifically designed to meet the world's
mostly and widely used ANSI / IEEE / IEC standards and it
also fits the DIN rail mounting.
The HC 6600 greatly reduced cabling complexity and time.
It is also a standardize hardware and suitable for either 1
phase 2 wires, 1 phase 3 wires, 3 phase 3 wires, or 3
phase 4 wires system.
- Improved Technical Superiority and Reliability
The HC 6600 is endowed with excellent technical specifications
like overload capabilities, accuracy levels, long
terms stability. Those specifications are far exceeding those
of conventional instruments.
To meet the future transducer environments, the HC 6600
is equipped with a serial port (RS-485 or RS-232) to allow
the connection to an open architecture computerized
network. It can run on PC or data acquisition system, and
complying the ModbusR protocol. The software provides
a simple yet practical solution to energy management in
factories or plants, small industries, building services and
- Parameter Conversion
This microprocessor-based power transducer provides compatibility
with modicon Modbus(R) system as a standard feature.
The HC 6600 series provides more than 90 power and energy
parameters. Via the RS-485 Modbus(R) communications, including
the instant maximum and minimum of all parameters,
maximum demand control, time stamping etc. there are more
than 200 parameters can be achieved by remote monitoring