CentraLine introduces a range of energy meters

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Two examples from Centraline’s range of energy meters. Top is a single-phase unit up to 32 A. Bottom is a 3-phase meter for up to 65 A and two tariffs.

We are pleased to announce the introduction of a new range of Honeywell electrical energy meters.

The compact design is ideally suited for housing multiple meters in restricted space availability, particularly in retrofit situations to enable the use of existing cabinets. The robust construction has been designed for harsh industrial conditions, providing high levels of reliability and long-term stability.

These meters incorporating backlit LCD displays showing energy, voltage and active power.They are available in both standard and Measuring Instrument Directive (MID) versions.

The Measuring Instrument Directive was introduced to certain categories of measuring devices to guarantee reliability and safety and is used in billing situations either to the landlord or a tenant.

The range comprises three groups of metering capacity applications.

• Single phase up to 32A

• Three phase up to 65 Amps with two tariffs

• Three phase up to1500 A using current transformers

Each group is available with integrated MBus (Meter Bus) and Modbus-RTU open protocols and pulse output with SO connection. The SO interface (pronounced S-O) is a hardware interface for the transmission of measured values in building automation.

Accuracy rating is B according to EN50470-3 and 1 according to IEC62053-21, and a lead security sealing facility is provided on each model.

The introduction of these high quality products manufactured in Switzerland by Honeywell marks a significant step in the CentraLine’s ongoing strategy to provide fully comprehensive and extensive range of products for the building control industry.

Metering, monitoring and management are the key foundations of a successful energy-management system. This excellent range of meters will be a great addition to help support our customers’ constant drive to reduce energy consumption and costs

For more information contact CentraLine on 01344 656443.

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