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Old September 26th, 2015, 11:14 AM   #6

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Originally Posted by IndustMech View Post
An electronic Overload with remote monitoring might work, but I'm I don't know if they will give you the 4 - 20 mA your looking for.

I googled "Smart Overload" and found an Eaton C440/XT that might work.
Hi IndustMech, I took at look at them,but i see they must be attached to a match contactor and that's not my case. My system is and old one based on NEMA contactors, they know by measuring current how production is behaving. So my idea is to connect my devices to a small PLC and send info to a SCADA.
My two cents.
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