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DIN rail electrical energy meter MCM400
RS-485with LCD displayModbus

DIN rail electrical energy meter
DIN rail electrical energy meter
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Characteristics

Assembly
DIN rail
Other characteristics
Modbus, RS-485, with LCD display
Current

Min.: 0 A

Max.: 9,999 A

100 A

Voltage

Min.: 0 V

Max.: 300 V

220 V

Description

MCM400 meter be designed for commercial and residental power circuit sub-metering project. It integrate 4pcs three phase energy meter, or 12pcs single phase energy meter. Metering operation processing by different MCU, provide high accuracy billing performerance. The unit performs real-time metering, measures energy consumption, multi-tariff time-of-use (TOU) and monitors power quality max 4 channels circuit for three phase circuits, with LCD screen and keypad for easy for configuration. RS485 port can send out collected value to remote host. It is ideal for multi-tenant or departmental metering applications within office towers, condominiums, apartment buildings, shopping centers and other multi-user environments FEATURES -. Class 0.2/0.5 basic parameter and class 1 for active energy -. 4 channels three phase metering -. Current measuring .../100mA or .../333mV -. Standard 35mm - 4 module DIN rail mounting -. With LCD screen on the meter body panel mount -. Optional TOU record for each monitor channels -. Accept customization design Power Supply : AC / DC 80-265V, 45-65Hz Burned < 6VA Current Measurement : .../ 100mA or .../ 333mV Burned < 0.1W Voltage Measurement Direct measurement : 30~450V ac (L-L) Burned < 0.1W Frequency Measurement : 45~65Hz Accuracy : U / I / P / Q - 0.5% (Optional 0.2%) Frequency - 0.1% Active Energy - 1.0 class Reactive Energy - 2.0 class Communication Port : RS485 (2/3 wires half duplex) Modbus RTU mode

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