High Performance Revenue Meter
The EM920 is a high precision, multi-purpose 4 quadrant meter used for active, reactive, and apparent energy / demand measurement and recording. The meter is ideal for grid applications in generation, transmission and distribution utilities. Designed for major industrial and commercial consumers as well. Accuracy class 0.2S approved according to ANSI C12.20 class 10/20 and to IEC 62053-22 class 0.2S, and designed according to even more rigorous SATEC standards.
by a modular architecture. This modularity also offers a full freedom of choice for deployment of new technologies. The device supports multiple communication protocols.
TOTAL IMPORT ENERGY REPORT
The meter delivers precision, reliability and long-term stability. An all in one meter, the EM920 is the answer to Precise metering of large energy quantities. The EM920 provides Time Of Use (TOU) tariffs to meet any billing requirements (8 tariffs, 4 seasons). The instrument also provides multi-functional three phase power metering with voltage, current (including measured neutral current), power, energy, power factor, frequency, voltage/current unbalance, load profile, and other measurements on-board. More than 100 parameters can be logged with real time stamps.
The EM920 is equipped with high resolution 4” LCD display operating in wide range temperature, offering Real Time measurements, waveforms, Phasor and Harmonics spectrum display.
The EM920 is equipped with anti-vandalism and anti-tampering features. All necessary communication applications are covered
TOU IMPORT ENERGY REPORT
High precision 3-phase power meter
Meets 0.1% Revenue Accuracy (tested to 0.05%)
Active energy: class 0.2S precision ANSI C12.20 class 10/20
Advanced Time Of Use (TOU) tariffs to meet any billing requirements (8 tariffs, 4 seasons)
Data trend recorder and load profile
Anti-vandalism and anti-tampering features
Transformer/Line Compensation (TLC) and PT/CT errors correction (up to 8 points)
Built-in self accuracy test
Energy and power demand meter
Block and sliding demands
Accumulation of energy pulses from external watt-meters