Energy-monitoring panel simplifies energy metering

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To simplify the installation of energy monitoring, Mitsubishi Electric has devise an energy-monitoring panel.
Mitsubishi Electric has introduced control panels to make life easier for air-conditioning and electrical contractors who have previously faced the difficult issue of installing energy meters. Installing them has always been complex because there is a lot of wiring between current transformers and energy meters (a current transformer has a current in its secondary winding proportional to the current in its primary). Mitsubishi’s energy-monitoring panel includes an energy meter, three current transformers, an isolator and an interface to Mitsubishi Electric’s MNET to report the energy consumption to its TG2000 software, in conjunction with the G50 and G50-EC-Full PIN code. There are two panels — for up to 100 A and up to 200 A.
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