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Submeter, DIN rail mount, Universal Voltage, 3 Phase 3 Wire/4 Wire, 20A-5000A, (3) 18 Inch Rogowski Current Transformers, Electric Meter Kit

4DUBM-18R

Din-Rail Series 4100 Submeter, Universal Voltage Bi-Directional 3-phase 3W/4W, BACnet MS/TP, Submeter Kit (CTs included), (3) 18" Rogowski Current Transformers (CT)

The VerifEye™ Series 4100 Bidirectional ModBus RTU and BACnet MS/TP Submeter Kits feature bidirectional monitoring specifically designed for renewable energy applications. The Series 4100 Meter Kits measure power imported from the utility grid and power exported from renewable energy sources like solar panels. The Series 4100 Meters are available in standalone DIN rail mount or a NEMA 4X enclosure. The 3-phase, advanced communication meter kits come with either split core or flexible rope-style Rogowski Current Transformers (CTs) for compact or irregularly shaped conductors.

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UPC Code: 078477765319
Country of Origin : United States
RoHS Compliant: Yes – Click Here

Product Information

  • Electrical Specifications

    Amperage : 5000 A

    Voltage : Universal Bi-Directional 3-phase 3W/4W

  • Type

    Product Type : Submeter and Current Transformer(s)

  • Product Features

    CTs Included : 3 Rogowski Coil CTs

    Communication : ModBus/RTU, BACnet MS/TP

    Enclosure : No Enclosure - DIN Rail Mount

    Meter Configuration : Single Meter

    Product Line : Series 4100 Kit

  • Bidirectional monitoring
  • Industrial temperature range: -22-158°F
  • 50/60 Hz
  • Versatile input voltage: 90-600VAC including 347VAC (L-N) and 600VAC (L-L)
  • Rogowski CT Options (20-5,000A)
  • DIN rail mount or NEMA 4X enclosure
  • Energy monitoring for AMR/BAS/BMS/EMS systems
  • Industrial monitoring
  • Renewable energy applications such as solar panels and wind
  • Tenant cost allocation
  • Energy conservation and cost reduction
  • Green building initiatives and government mandates
  • Measurement and verification
  • Load profiling and benchmarking