Digital power meter

Digital power meter is designed for industrial process applications with high electrical demands. Features include a standard RS-485 communication port; DeviceNet, Remote I/O and RS-232 options for information access over a variety of networks; power-monitoring with 50-milisecond update rates; snapshot data logs that store more than 45,500 data points; and 50-record event logs.

10/01/2000


Digital power meter is designed for industrial process applications with high electrical demands. Features include a standard RS-485 communication port; DeviceNet, Remote I/O and RS-232 options for information access over a variety of networks; power-monitoring with 50-milisecond update rates; snapshot data logs that store more than 45,500 data points; and 50-record event logs. Devices also calculate total harmonic distortion and project energy demand based on trending data. (Rockwell Automation) Circle 22





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