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Can you tell me the differences between the PM700 Power Meter range ?

The PM 700, PM700P, PM710 & PM750 all provide the following readings

  • Voltage of each phase, current in each phase
  • Real, active, apparent power per phase
  • Frequency, Power Factor
  • Active, apparent, relative energy (kWh, kVaR, kVArh)
  • Current demand, power demand
  • min /max of instantaneous readings
  • Voltage THD (Total harmonic Distortion)
  • Current THD(total Harmonic Distortion)


The PM700 is a 3 phase multi function meter with no RS485 Modbus communication and no pulsed outputs
The PM700P is a 3 phase multi function meter and has pulsed outputs but no RS485 Modbus communication
The PM710 is a 3 phase multi function meter  and has  RS485 Modbus communication and no pulsed outputs
The PM750 is a 3 phase multi function meter and has pulsed outputs and RS485 Modbus communication

Please note the PM700 range is now obsolete, for information on replacement please see FAQ FA264122

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