RISH Ducer M00 is a programmable transducer with a LONWORKS® Interface that simultaneously measures several variables of a heavy-current power system.
The device conforms to the LONMARK® interoperability guidelines, Version 3.0. The measured variables are transferred by means of standard network variable types (SNVT) and are available at the LON interface.
The device is programmed using the LONTALK® file transfer protocol. The transducers are also equipped with an RS 232 serial interface to which a PC with the corresponding software can be connected for programming or accessing and executing useful ancillary functions.
The usual methods of connection, the rated values of the input variables and the type of internal energy meter are the main parameters that can be programmed.
The ancillary functions include a power system check, a facility for printing rating labels and provision for reading and setting the energy meter.
The transducer fulfils all the essential requirements and regulations concerning electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and safety (IEC 1010 resp. EN 61 010). It was developed and is manufactured and tested in strict accordance with the quality assurance standard ISO 9001.
Features / Benefits
* Transfer of data via a LON interface with an FTT-10A transceiver and LONTALK® protocol
* Simultaneous measurement of several variables of a heavy current power system / full supervision of an asymmetrically loaded four-wire power system, rated current 1 to 6 A, rated voltage 57 to 400 (phase to neutral) or 100 to 693 V (phase-to phase)
* For all heavy-current power systems variables
* Input voltage up to 693 V (phase-to-phase)
* High accuracy: U/I/P 0.2% (under reference conditions)
* Up to 4 integrated energy meter, storage every each 203 s, storage for: 20 years
* Windows software with password protection for programming, data analysis, power system status simulation, acquisition of meter data and making settings
* AC/DC power supply / universal
* Provision for either snapping the transducer onto top-hat rails or securing it with screws to a wall or panel