According to media reports, the future research and development direction of electronic transformers includes sensor passivation, structural combination, function reuse, and component standardization.
Sensing of sensing:Due to the technical advantages of the edgeless sensing method, the independent ECT sensing components will tend to be passive. This includes active sensors that will be self-powered and move toward quasi-passivity by escaping from external sources. Therefore, the average life cycle of the electronic transformer will be more than 10 years. The optical sensor is practical by improving its measurement performance, simplifying the system structure, reducing the cost.
Structure combination:Using electronic micro-power and miniaturization advantages, transformers are more combined in transformers, fully enclosed combination appliances, isolation knives and other combined appliances in a component mode, reducing land occupation, reducing cost, and promoting through functional reuse. Miniaturization and intelligence of the electrical appliance itself. While the various programs are exerting their respective advantages, they will also be combined with each other and complement each other. In addition to various independent and closed current-voltage combined transformers, LPCT/ROG-CT and optical are expected to appear in the next few years. Combined version of current transformer.
Function reuse:Make full use of the advantages of data sharing, single point test, can share more points, the transformer also provides different types of digital interfaces such as Goose, RS485, MU, etc., for sharing of various measurement and control devices, reducing multi-point repeated installation of transformers. Is the device configuration more compact.
Standardization of components:Standardization of transformer components makes them versatile and interchangeable. It can be installed as a standard accessory "plug-in" in various primary devices, and transformers of different manufacturers can be replaced and interchanged.www.ctsensorducer.com