Electricity meters for sub-metering

Saturday, 03 November, 2012 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd



EQ meters assist with easy cost allocation, monitoring of electricity consumption and optimisation of electricity infrastructure. The electricity meters are designed for mounting on DIN rail and can be used in main switchboards, distribution boards and consumer units to provide a sub-metering solution.

Sub-metering is used where one needs to measure power consumption to allow energy efficiency decisions and cost allocations of the electricity that is recorded by the utility meter at the delivery point. The key drivers of a sub-meter are its ability to have: fair cost allocation and distribution; reduction of electricity consumption; optimisation of the electrical infrastructure.

The meters fit into enclosures according to the accepted DIN format, can easily be integrated into a system for meter reading and conveniently fit together with other products such as MCBs, RCDs and other DIN profile products.

The display is pixel-oriented, which ensures the information to be presented is clear and in an easily understood format. The display is easy to navigate through pushbuttons on the front of the meter. There are instrumentation functions in the meter allowing it to read essential electric units including active power, reactive power, current, voltage, harmonics and more. The meters are also equipped with an internal clock and can handle up to four different tariffs.

Available in different versions, either direct connected or transformer connected, the meters have a low energy consumption.

Online: www.abbaustralia.com.au
Phone: 1800 602 020
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