Power Panel with Installed Meters
Panel meters are installed on the front cover of the power panels for convenient reading. They measure the voltage, current, power, energy, power factors and other electrical parameters that are useful for energy tracking and management.
Equipped with an RS485 communication interface allows these meters to be connected to various third party SCADA software for monitoring and control purposes.
Made with an IC designed specifically designed for metering, even very low currents can be measured accurately.
With its small footprint and low depth, they are ideal for installation in subpanels.
CT Wiring Configuration
Some applications require that the meter be reset back to zero, our meters allow the user two ways of doing so.
FCC and CE certification, as well as passing independent lab testing are the best indicator of our meter reliability.
Note that meters are on the front lines of any power installation. When there is a power surge, it is often the contactor and meter that bear the brunt of that surge, as such meters need to pass a 6kV surge test.
A remote host needs only to issue one command to read all the important parameters, greatly improving the host software update cycle.
Once the meter receives a command, it can respond by sending the requested data within 20 milliseconds.
One Command To Read Many
Optically Isolated Communication Port
The PM200 is panel meter that measures both the real power and energy of a three phase system.
Unlike analog to digital based meter, the PM200 uses the latest digital IC specially designed for metering use. This allows the PM200 achieve high accuracy for a wide range and even for very low current values.
The PM200 has Modbus over RS485 communication allows a remote host to perform not just auto meter reading but to do so in near real time.
The PM210 is a multi-function panel meter with the ability to measure various electrical parameters including V, A, kW, kVAR, PF, kWh, kVARh, Hz and others.
The PM210 has Modbus over RS485 communication allows a remote host to perform not just auto meter reading but to do so in near real time.