The WM40-96 Smart Modular Power Analyzer from Carlo Gavazzi Inc. can save space in the back side of control doors and switchgears.
Carlo Gavazzi Inc. announces the WM40-96 Smart Modular Power Analyzer. This energy meter can measure electrical variables, such as current, voltage, power, energy, and harmonics when parameters analysis, control, data stamping, and retransmission must be very accurate. It is a compact modular basic unit with plug-in modules that can save space in the back side of control doors and switchgears. This unit has a keypad and display with five rows of measurements and a bar-graph power demand indicator. Options include front optical communication port, serial, Ethernet, and BACnet communication. The unit can also measure temperature and process signals.
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