Power monitoring module

The PM3 power monitoring and metering module from Eaton Corp. can monitor the power of branch and main circuit applications.

05/02/2011


Eaton Corp. announced the PM3 power monitoring and metering module, which monitors the power of branch and main circuit applications. The device measures current and voltage, calculates power and energy usage, and provides breaker status. An Underwriters Laboratories (UL)-listed, add-on communications device, the module can be mounted to the load side of circuit breaker frames. It monitors electrical system parameters regardless of whether the trip unit is thermal-magnetic or electronic. It communicates through INCOM protocol and is compatible with Power Xpert Gateway for web page and Ethernet capability. The product is available in 480 V and 600 V models.



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