NK Technologies’ APN Series of power monitors is a big step forward from analog signal reporting to a digital format.
The APN measures three phases of current and voltage and computes fourteen values necessary to track power usage. The monitor uses current transformers to measure the amperes. The line voltage connects directly to the transducer, up to 600 VAC. The result is 14 data points in the RS485 Modbus RTU format. There is also a pulse contact which opens and closes as watt hours are accumulated.
It you application requires an industry standard analog signal output proportional to the watts used, the APT Series of power monitors is the solution for you. It also measures three phases of current and voltage and uses current transformers to measure the amperes.
Both the APN and the APT can be configured to accept five amp secondary current transformers or the safer ProteCT low voltage output sensors. Either type of current sensing will produce an accurate output signal to help you identify areas of excessive energy consumption and allow intervention to reduce demand.
- Modbus RTU output and LED display (APN Series)
- 4-20 mA, 0-5 or 0-10 VDC output (APT Series)
- Externally powered
- Low profile reduces cabinet depth requirements
- Finger safe terminals labeled for quick installation
- Compact DIN mounted case
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The APN and APT power monitors allow you to measure the power usage of a single piece of equipment, a system in a building, an area of a plant, or an entire facility.
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