The PowerLogic ION7300 series meters offer unmatched value, functionality, and ease of use. Used in energy management applications such as feeder monitoring and sub-metering, PowerLogic ION7300 series meters interface with power monitoring software or other energy management or automation systems to provide users with real-time information for monitoring and analysis.
A choice of feature sets is offered through two models:
- ION7330 has the following features: analog I/O, digital I/O, two RS-485 ports, web server (Ethernet option only), modem, gateways, email (Ethernet option only), event logging, min/max logging, 32-channel historical logging, set-points, harmonics measurement (to 15th).
- ION7350 adds the following additional features: 96-channels of historical logging, dip/swell monitoring, harmonics measurement to 31st, waveform capture, and call-out on alarm.
Characteristics (some features are optional):
- Panel-mount, LCD display, available without display
- 3-phase, 4-quadrant metering, class 0.5 revenue-accurate (IEC & ANSI)
- Voltage, current, power, frequency, power factor, demand, energy, and time-of-use metering
- 64 samples/cycle waveform capture, dip/swell monitoring, harmonics measurement (up to 31st)
- Sequence-of-events, coincident minimum/maximum, historical trends, and high-speed snapshot recording, 1 ms resolution time-stamping
- 4 analogue inputs, 4 analogue outputs, 4 digital status/counter inputs, 4 digital control/pulse outputs
- 12 set-points for alarms and control, 1 second response, multi-condition, call out on alarm
- 5 communication ports: Ethernet, modem, 2 x RS-485, RS-485, front panel optical
- Protocols: Modbus RTU slave, Modbus TCP, DNP 3.0, MV-90
- Ethernet and modem gateways to 31 devices on RS-485 port
- On-board web server, email for alarms and data logs
- reduce energy and operations costs
- improve power quality, reliability and up-time
- optimize equipment use for optimal management of your electrical installation and greater productivity
- Analysis of efficiency, losses and capacity
- Cost allocation and sub-metering
- Power quality monitoring
- Problem notification and diagnosis
- Demand or power factor management