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Efergy Electricity Monitor Standard Sensor Clip

Additional sensors for use with e2 and elite energy monitors. Both models of energy monitor come supplied with one sensor. If you are operating a 3-phase supply then you will require two additional sensors. This is the standard sensor and will attach around a cable of a diameter up to 13mm.

Please note there is a lead time up to 4 weeks when product is out of stock, this item is currently available on back order only.

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Excl. Tax: R 168.70 Incl. Tax: R 194.01

Product Description


All transmitters come with three spaces for sensors. Just look on the underside of the transmitter, take out the rubber cover of one of the spare spaces and plug in your additional sensor. Then attach it the same way as the previous one.

If you are purchasing a sensor for a monitor that you already own, PLEASE check the connection type between the sensor and transmitter before ordering, to ensure you receive the correct product. If you are purchasing extra sensors for a new monitor that you are purchasing, please order the additional sensors on our website.

If you have an older monitor you may require the old 'DC' style fitment of sensor.

Technical specifications
• Max. Current - 90 Amps.
• Max. Cable diameter - 13mm.
• Max. Voltage - 600V.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Disclaimer Please note that stock availability is subject to prior sales. Prices exclude delivery. The image serves as an example of what the product looks like and may differ slightly in appearance.
Guarantee/ Warranty No
Supply N/A
Sensor Type N/A
Transmission Range N/A
Measuring Current N/A
Measuring Impulses/ kWh N/A


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