The Benefits of Using Split Core Transformers

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If you’re looking at current transformers, you really have two choices: split core transformer and solid core transformer. A contactless, split core transformer’s main claim to fame is its ability to be snapped over pre-existing wires, making them ideal for retrofitting projects and more. There is no need to screw or weld any type of […]


What You Need to Know About Current Sensors

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When it comes to current sensors, you have two main options: open look or closed loop. Open loop current sensors can measure either AC or DC current and offer you electrical isolation between the circuit you are trying to measure and the output of the sensor in order to provide you with a more accurate […]


How Does Power Factor Correction Help Your Company?

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When it comes to reducing the power demands of the your building, one of the easiest ways to do it is to increase the load carrying capabilities of the existing circuits in your system while reducing power system losses. This can be done through a process known as power factor reduction. Here’s what you need […]


The Benefits of Using BACnet Meters

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Are you running your energy most efficiently? If you are using BACnet meters, you can rest assure that you are efficient. BACnet is a term that refers to a communications protocol that is used to monitor and control the energy consumption of a facility. In fact, the term BACnet stands for building automation and control networks. It […]


Various Uses For Current Transformers

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There are a number of different types of current transformers available on the market today to deal with the various applications they are needed for. One of the configurations that is commonly seen needs a split core transformer. You will likely find split core transformers used in harsh environments or inaccessible places where monitoring of […]


The Benefits of Flexibility For A Current Transformer

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The benefits of flexibility for a current transformer are pretty easy to identify. Flexibility means that you can put the current transformer capability in different configurations as needed to deal with hard to reach places and mechanics. A flexible current transformer will do the job when it is important to get into those spaces that […]


DC Current Sensor/Current Transformer

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Electrical current sensing performs an important function in the world of electrical usage. When we harness electricity so it will work for us, we have to also know that there is some danger involved if the electrical current goes off and does something we don’t expect from it. If you get too much current going […]


What You Need to Know About Current Sensors

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When considering what it takes to correctly and safely work with electricity, it is important to understand some of the common components frequently used. A good example is a current sensor. In the most basic terms, a current sensor is a device that finds electric current normally passing through an electrical wire, and subsequently produces a […]


DC Current Transformer Supplier Now Offers Measurlogic Meter Products

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Aim Dynamics, leading DC current transformer supplier, and other power monitoring equipment located in Denver, Colorado recently partnered up with Measurlogic. Our company’s aim is to provide the best services to our customers by giving them a wider range of choices to choose from. Through this partnership, our company will now be carrying Measurlogic products, […]


Measurlogic Flexible Current Transformer Now Available at Aim Dynamics

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As Colorado’s leading supplier of power monitoring software, Aim Dynamics has always been the premier choice of businesses for our high quality products, affordable prices, and on-time delivery. We are known widely as the number one distributor for products like current sensor, flexible current transformer, and split core transformer. To ensure that our customers get […]


Split Core Current Transformer Seller Now Has Measurlogic in Store

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We at Aim Dynamics have recently partnered with Measurlogic, and we’re glad to inform you that we now have its Measurlogic DTS-310 in store as the latest addition to our array of quality split core current transformer, current and voltage sensors, and transducers. We’re offering this sub-meter in package with 3 Magnelab Revenue Grade AC […]


Efficiency Tech Giant Joins Top AC and DC Current Sensor Supplier

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Denver, Colorado (February 16, 2015) – Top Colorado power monitoring equipment distributor, Aim Dynamics, recently entered into a partnership with energy efficiency technology manufacturer, Measurlogic. Measurlogic’s DTS-310 energy sub-meter can now be purchased via Aim Dynamics’s online store, in addition to its line of premium-grade dc current sensor, ac current sensor, voltage transformers, power meters, […]


Analysis of the Costs for International Duties and Taxes

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First off I wanted to introduce myself. I am the Sales Professional at Aim Dynamics. I have been working in this position for the past year and as part of my responsibilities I give quotes to customers and oversee to the shipment of our products and as such I regularly see the costs of Duties […]


Split Core Current Transformer Dealer Now Offers Adc to Vac Transducer

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Denver, Colorado (January 20, 2015) – As a leading supplier of power monitoring equipment such as the solid core, rope/Rogowski coils, and split core current transformer, AC/DC transformers, and current sensors and transducers, Aim Dynamics strives to constantly update its offerings in order to accommodate the needs of its customers. As part of this goal, […]


Innovative DC Current Sensor System Promotes Responsible Energy Use

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Global energy demand will continue to increase due to population growth. In a recent Hydrocarbon Engineering report, Emma McAleavey writes that even with energy efficiency measures in place, residential, commercial, and industrial demand for energy will grow between 2010 and 2040. Fortunately, North America and Europe will see the lowest increase in demand. Building code […]