The APM Power Meter is a digital panel meter for single-phase, split-phase and three-phase applications. The user-programmable power meter offers a dynamic three-color display and Modbus connectivity in a compact size.
This panel-mounted power meter is designed for use on mains circuits up to 300VAC LN / 600VAC LL and 6A as well as Potential Transformers (PT) supported up to 10,000KV and Current Transformers (CT) up to 10,000 KA. Its multi-measurement capability of active and reactive power makes it ideal for a wide range of power monitoring applications and one of the most flexible power meters for electrical monitoring.
• Modbus RTU connectivity plus digital and analog outputs as standard for easy system integration.
• Fits into smaller and shallower enclosures than its competitors at just 72mm square and 74mm deep.
• Features a three-color dynamic LCD screen that instantly alerts operators to alarm conditions.
• Supports configuration of a wide range of parameters via software to minimize setup time.
The APM Power Meter provides instantaneous electricity measurement for:
• Voltage (L-L and L-N)
• Current (L-L and L-N)
• Active Power (W)
• Apparent Power (VA)
• Reactive Power (VAr)
• Frequency (Hz)
• Power Factor (PF)
• THD Voltage & Current
• % Max Load
The APM Power Meter is user-programable to display parameters exactly as required and flexibe for a wide range of applications. As well as its programmable scales and set points, it features customizable ratios for Current Transformer (CT) and Potential Transformer (PT) while the front navigation buttons allow a multitude of parameters to be viewed easily.
The APM’s unique display offers the instant recognition and intuitive with the accuracy, precision and control. The color-changing backlit LCD display is viewable from wide angles and in almost any environment or conditions, from direct sunlight to low level lighting.
APM-PWR-APN APM Power Meter, Positive LCD
APM-PWR-APO APM Power Meter, Negative LCD
APM-PWR-XXX APM Power Meter, Customized to you
Just plug into any free USB port on your PC.
Run the freely available APM Configurator and you’re off.