PTG3-2-60-422FF ITI

Model PTG3 4200:120V Ratio VT, Indoor, Two Bushing Two Fuses, ITI

3,436.05 3436.05 USD 3,436.05


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  • Tariff Code
  • ECCN
  • Insulation Level
  • PT/VT Group
  • PT/VT Turns Ratio
  • PT/VT Thermal Rating
  • PT/VT Thermal Rating
  • PT/VT Rec. Primary Fuse Rating

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Medium Voltage Indoor Potential Transformer

Models PTG3-1-60 & PTG3-2-60

    • 0.3 WXMY, 1.2 Z at 100% rated voltage with 120V based ANSI burden.
    • 0.6 WX, 1.2 MY at 58% rated voltage with 69.3V based ANSI burden.
  • FREQUENCY: 60 Hz
  • Thermal rating:
    • 750 VA 30°C amb.
    • 500 VA 55°c amb.
  • Approximate weight: 34 lbs. unfused
  • Hardware
    • Primary terminals that are unfused are 1/4-20 brass screws with one flatwasher and lockwasher.
    • Primary terminals that are fused are 1/4-20 brass screws with one flatwasher and lockwasher and two nuts. 
    • Secondary terminals are No. 10-32 brass screws with one flatwasher and lockwasher.
  • The core and coil assembly is encased in a plastic enclosure and vacuum encapsulated in polyurethane resin.
  • Thermal burden rating is for 120 volt secondaries.
  • Plated steel mounting base.
  • Switchgear style ("SS" or "S" suffix) is similar to fused style. No fuse or fuse clip is provide, but inserts for fuse clips are supplied.


  • Physical Specifications (Except as noted in (d) below)
    • Caps Diameter: 1"
    • Clips on Center: 5"
    • Fuse Length: 5.63
  • Voltage Rating: 5.5kV
  • Interrupting Amperes (SYM): 45,000
  • Suggested Rating, Continuous Amperes. (Higher rating may be used at users option to avoid unusual clearing due to conditions resulting from magnetizing in-rush.)
    • 2400/120V: 2.0E
    • 3300/110V: 2.0E
    • 4200/120V: 1.0E
    • 4800/120V: 1.0E

Notes: Two Bushing PTG3-2 Group 1 or 2 

(a) Two fuse transformers should not be used for Y connections. It is preferred practice to connect one lead from each voltage transformer directly to the neutral terminal, using a fuse in the line side of the primary only. By using this connection a transformer can never be made “live” from the line side by reason of a blown fuse in the neutral side. For continuous operation the transformer primary voltage should not exceed 110% of rated value.

Notes: One Bushing PTG3-1, Group 4A or 4B

(b) Voltage transformers connected line-to-ground cannot be considered to be grounding transformers and must NOT be operated with the secondaries in closed delta because excessive currents may flow in the delta.

(c) Most voltage transformers are lightly loaded, particularly when associated with watthour metering and relaying schemes.  If the voltage transformer has one primary lead grounded, and during an abnormal condition creating a large overvoltage, the transformer may saturate, and its impedance may cause ae a resonance with the system capacitance.  This resonance, or oscillation, may be sustained and could destroy the voltage transformer.  If, however, the secondaries are connected in delta, with a broken corner, and a suitable power resistor is connected across the broken corner, then ferroresonance can be damped.  Our recommendation for the resistive value is shown on the catalog sheet where it applies.  The power rating is determined by the user.

  • PTG3-1, Group 4A or 4B damping resistor value: 230 Ω

(d) Note: Fuse clip/s for PTG3 with "CCS"/"CS" or “CCL”/“CL” 

  • Fuse clips for “CCS” or “CS” suffixes accept fuses with 1.0” Dia. caps and 5.0” clip centers. 
  • Fuses clips for “CCL” or “CL” suffixes accept fuses with 1.63" dia. caps and 5.88” clip centers.

Note: It is recommended that system line-to-line voltage not exceed the transformer maximum system voltage level.


Unit to Unit or to Ground = 0.75” minimum.
HV to Ground in air = 3.00” minimum.
Recommended spacing are for guidance only. User needs to set appropriate values to assure performance for high potential test, impulse test, high humidity, partial discharge, high altitude, and other considerations like configuration.


Brand Instrument Transformers Inc
Model PTG3
Input Range 4200VAC
Input Frequency 60Hz
Accuracy 0.3 W, 0.3 X, 0.3 M, 0.3 Y, 1.2 Z
Output 120VAC
Tariff Code 8504.31.4065
Insulation Level 5.6kV, 60kV BIL full wave
Potential Transformers
PT/VT Group Group 2. Rated Voltage: 100% L-L, 58% L-N
PT/VT Turns Ratio 35/1
PT/VT Thermal Rating 500VA at 55°C amb., 750VA at 30°C amb.
PT/VT Rec. Primary Fuse Rating 1.0E
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