Power Meters are designed to monitor energy usage. In industrial settings, power meters are used to measure the power usage of machinery, lighting, appliances, and even entire buildings. This data can be used to reduce energy usage and save on electricity bills. Manufacturers use power meters to help determine when a machine is malfunctioning or wearing out. Revenue Grade Power Meters are utilized in residential or commercial buildings to bill tenants individually for energy use.
The Power Battalion 48 is a flexible, multi-circuit power meter designed to significantly reduce the cost per metering point as well as decrease installation time.
The modular design of the Power Squad 24 allows it to be configured for monitoring multiple electrical circuits or for current-only monitoring of branch circuits.
The Revenue Grade networked 3-phase Power Patrol works with Rogowski Coils and has a small enough form factor to be mounted inside or outside of the panel.
Offered in 12”, 24” and 36” lengths, the Patrol Flex is the most accurate Rogowski Coil in submetering.
Setra’s Split-Core current transformers provide a high accuracy current measurement over a wide dynamic sensing range for power metering applications.
The Mini Current Switch (Model CCM) is the industry’s smallest split core current switch. It features an integrated mounting flange with DIN-rail capability.
The split core design of the Model CSC can easily be clamped onto existing power cables or wires.
The CSS models are ideal for new installations and provide the greatest savings opportunity.
CTC Series Split Core Current Transducers combine accurate magnetic current sensing with signal conditioning electronics.
Setra’s Sure-Set is a go/no go split-core current switch designed to detect belt loss and other types of motor failure.