Power monitoring and metering

May 19, 2011
The PM3 power-monitoring and metering module is for branch and main circuit applications. It measures current and voltage, calculates power and energy usage, and provides breaker status

The PM3 power-monitoring and metering module is for branch and main circuit applications. It measures current and voltage, calculates power and energy usage, and provides breaker status.

The PM3 module mounts to the load side of three-pole Series G LG and Series C KD breaker frames and monitors electrical system parameters. The module can also be installed in reverse-feed applications with breakers. Measurement accuracy is within 2% of the reading.

The module communicates through Incom protocol, and is compatible with Power Xpert Gateway (PXG) for Web page and Ethernet capability.

Two versions are available: The 480-V PM3 module operates in 208 to 480-V applications, and includes a power supply. The 600-V model operates in 208 to 600-V applications and requires 24-V direct current auxiliary power.

Eaton Corp.
1000 Cherrington Pkwy.
Moon Township, PA 15108
(412) 893-3300
www.eaton.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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