AC Current Detector S1062 (Time Delay)


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Isolated Measurement

3 point isolation

Military Temperature Range

Compact/ Faraday Box Construction

Hermetically Sealed

±1.0% Trip Point Accuracy

RTCA/DO-160G & MIL-STD-810G Compliant (Reference spec sheet for Section & Category)

Response Time @ 110% Trip Point: 1 to 10 Second Delay  (Reference AAC Drawing 700-S1062-850)

Reverse Polarity Protection

Finish: Fuse Tin Plate

Weight 9 oz. Max

Attitude: Works in any mounting position,

Product Description

Model S1062 AC Current Level Detector provides an isolated relay output proportional to the AC input current, with the relay closing at the applicable trip point, with a time delay from 1 to 10 seconds (Specify upon ordering). The detectors have an input current range from 1Aac to 250Aac, with a frequency range from 360Hz to 650Hz and the transducers withstand, without performance degradation or damage, a continuous overload of 500Aac and a current surge of 100Aac for 6 cycles.

The S1062 Series delivers performance accuracy over a temperature range from -55°C to +85°C, operates with a supply voltage from +20.5Vdc to +32.2Vdc and with a high precision internal reference guaranteeing repeatable operation. The unit’s brass alloy housing, is hermetically sealed, with the internal components encapsulated creating a rugged and durable transducer, withstanding environments of moisture, humidity, vibration, shock and altitude.

The S1062 AC Current Detector comes standard with a 1.00” (2.54 cm) thru-hole, is light weight and is available with a 9 Pin D-Sub connector. Optional mating connector available.

Aerospace Flight Current Monitoring (Qualified: Propeller & Helicopter Platforms)

Metallurgical Processing Equipment Current Monitoring

Laboratory Equipment Current Monitoring


Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 2 in




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Response Time Delay

"1 Second to 10 Seconds"