Greenwood Power Inc

Denver,  CO 
United States
  • Booth: 956

Current & Voltage Sensors for the Smart Grid


The leading innovator for non-conventional transformers from Austria stands for...

- absolute customer focus
- high quality products
- best price-performance ratio on the market
- short decision-making processes and extremely fast implementation
- unique expertise
- individual development and production tailored to the customer

Brands: smart grid, voltage-, current sensors for MV, LV & HV; non conventional instrument transformers, LPVT, LPCT, infrastructure as a service


  • Voltage Sensor
    Our product portfolio includes sensors for gas- & air insulated switchgears in primary- and secondary energy distribution.

  • We provide different kind of voltage sensors:

    • Cone type sensors for T-connectors in medium voltage switchgears.
    • Support insulator type sensors for installation in air insulated switchgears.
    • Sensors for switchgears in primary energy distribution.
  • Voltage Detectors
    Our voltage detectors are made in the same outer shapes as sensors, but instead of using an ohmic divider, we use capacitive dividers inside....

  • Voltage sensor with RJ45 connector or open ends, acc. IEC.
    ECO-Voltage sensor with RJ45 connector or open ends and correction factors, acc. IEC.

    The sensor is connected to the common earth by the installation point of the product and with the secondary connection cable connected to an IED. The sensor can resist high horizontal forces and therefore could be used as support insulator sensors for bus
    bars or load breakers. 

  • Current Sensors
    We offer a wide range of current sensors.
    All of them are passive and could be used for first- or retrofit installations, for primary or
    secondary energy distribution, and for medium and low voltage applications....

  • We can offer different categories of current sensors:

    1. Sensors for first installation in medium voltage switchgears
    2. Sensors for Retrofit applications in medium voltage switchgears
    3. Sensors for low voltage applications on busbars
    4. Sensors for low voltage applications on cables for retrofit installations
    5. Sensors for switchgears in primary energy distribution

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