MT171 - three-phase electronic meter

MT171
Three-phase electronic meter
A multirate meter for measurement of active or active and reactive
energy in two energy flow directions. A terminal block for whole
current or transformer connection in three-phase four-wire network.
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(read
manual on the bottom for further informations)
I had a big disscution with a friend of mine about this meter on if
this one is monitored (read parametes, etc) from the base or NOT?
What do you think?
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vitaskin
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| MT171 | Three-phase electronic meter | | A multirate meter for measurement of active or active and reactive | energy in two energy flow directions. A terminal block for whole | current or transformer connection in three-phase four-wire network. | |
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(read | manual on the bottom for further informations) | | I had a big disscution with a friend of mine about this meter on if | this one is monitored (read parametes, etc) from the base or NOT? | | What do you think?
It specifies a standard reference current of 1A for current transformer connection mode. In North American, which I presume is an intended market because of the inclusion of the 208/120 volt system, the standard reference current is 5A. Maybe the spec writer (the PDF file) omitted this? Or was it overlooked in engineering?
They should also make a 480/277 volt version if they want to market it to industrial and large commercial users in North America.
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phil-news-nospam

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