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normanlorrain Posted - 03/23/2019 : 07:46:16 AM
This item is discontinued. Are there new options? br /

I need to sense when something is turned on, but it has to be a non-invasive solution.
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BLH Posted - 03/23/2019 : 1:30:07 PM
Not as neat as the module you linked to.
You can look at this How to monitor appliances construction page. Near the bottom is a standalone assembly.

I have used the CT800 triggering a 2450 I/OLinc Sensor Input.

Since it is a dry contact output. Any device that can be triggered by a dry contact switch should work.

It is rated at .5 Amps AC to 200 Amps AC. Others here have used other current sensors. They may give you more choices.

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