Carlo Gavazzi extends range with power analyser

Carlo Gavazzi, panel mount, power analyser, three phase systems, WM15, Bluetooth

Controls and automation specialist, Carlo Gavazzi has extended its product offering with the WM15, a 96x96 panel mount power analyser for three phase systems (MID versions available) which can be installed into any switchboard to manage and control energy consumption, main electrical variables and harmonic distortion.

The WM15 is easy-to-install due to the intuitive setup and navigation. The wizard and wiring check on first start-up provide guided installation and commissioning via the free UCS software.

All measurements are displayed on the easy to read backlit matrix LCD display in both digits and bar graph format. Its front panel uses a simplified 4 push button user interface for easier switching between pages, and fast scrolling through the readout.

Providing error proof installation by using self-power supply and phase sequence detection the WM15 offers various interfacing capabilities such as digital output for pulse transmission or alarm, optional RS485 Modbus RTU (100ms data refresh) and continuous sampling of each voltage and current.

The onboard optical port provides fast, easy and remote programming for mass production of electrical panels via the Optoprog battery powered device. The embedded Bluetooth 4.0 communication allows the user to connect a Smartphone (via UCS Mobile Android APP) or a PC (via UCS Desktop software) to the meter, allowing fast and easy configuration.

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