Electric power metering

Continental Control Systems' WattNode BACnet meter offers cost-effective energy and power metering for all of the major building automation communications protocols.

01/24/2012


Continental Control Systems has announced that its new WattNode BACnet meter (MS/TP) offers cost-effective energy and power metering for all of the major building automation communications protocols. The new BACnet WattNode meter complements the company's Modbus and LonWorks meters, giving almost any BAS seamless accessibility to electrical system measurements including power, energy, voltage, current, and power factor. Designed to be a compact and cost-effective networked energy meter, all WattNode meters provide line-powered single- and three-phase, wye, or delta configurations up to 600 Vac and 6000 amps. The WattNode BACnet meter offers more than 50 electric power-related measurements, 64 addresses, and selectable baud rates up to 76.8 K, including an auto-baud setting.

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