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A low density (6 CT inputs) revenue-grade, multi-point electrical meter suitable for regulated markets. ‍

  • Accuracy: ANSI C12.20, Class 0.5
  • CT inputs: 6  
  • Configuration: 6 x 1-phase, 3 x 2-phase, or 2 x 3-phase
  • Voltage: 120V CV, 90-300V Vref.
  • CTs: 80mA Solid Core CTs
  • Communications: Ethernet communications with native BACnet IP, Modbus TCP/IP, plus optional integrated V.90 telephone modem or Modbus RTU interface
  • Pulse Inputs: 2

Features and Specifications

Device Configuration

  • 6 single-phase meters
  • 3 two-phase or three-phase Delta meters
  • 2 three-phase Wye meters

Supported CTs

  • 80mA Solid Core CTs or 5A:80mA CT converters

Voltage Options

  • 120V, 60hz
  • 240V, 60hz
  • 277V, 60hz

Communication Options

  • Ethernet (native)
  • Ethernet + V.90 Phone Modem
  • Ethernet + Modbus RTU

4-quadrant Meter Measurement (Total and Per Phase)

  • Active, Reactive & Apparent Power
  • Peak W and VA Demand
  • PF and phase angles
  • Irms, Vrms

Additional Features

  • Two on-board pulse inputs (2 wire) compatible with dry form A and solid state form A contacts, collect data from other pulse-out meters (gas, water or electric)
  • On-board non-volatile flash memory is unaffected by power outages and holds up to 2 years of meter data (1 hour intervals for 20 years)
  • On-board Liquid Crystal Display
  • On-board real-time clock with battery back-up holds time up to 10 years
  • Service voltages up to 277V with no external PTs
  • Multi-point economic efficiencies for retrofit or new construction
  • Remotely configurable and upgradable with Ethernet connectivity

Reporting and Communications

AMR via FTP data push over IP or (optional) MODEM

  • Plain text CSV file
  • Measurement Interval: 1 to 60 minutes
  • Reporting interval: once/day or every N minutes

Logged Measurements for AMR (interval and register)

  • Wh delivered & received
  • VARh delivered & received
  • VAh
  • Peak W & VA Demand
  • Present W & VA Demand
  • Peak Current
  • Vrms
  • Pulse counts x 2 inputs

Ethernet Interface

  • 10/100BaseT Full Duplex
  • DHCP Client or static IP address
  • Passive FTP port 21
  • NTP port 123
  • Modbus TCP/IP port 502
  • BACnet IP port 47808
  • HTTP port 80


  • BAS Integration bia BACnet IP, Modbus TCP/IP, or (optional) Modbus serial RTU
  • On-board Web server and Liquid Crystal Display for local readings

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