STEVAL-IPE002V1Electricity Meter (mono phase) - Measurement Board / 2 Current Transformers
This metering module can be used to build a Class 0.5 Single-phase standalone or microprocessor based meter with or without Tamper detection for power line systems of UNOM= 140 to 300VRMS, INOM/IMAX= 2/20ARMS, fLIN= 45 to 65Hz and TAMB= -40 to +85 ˚C.
In standalone mode, a stepper motor display should be connected to pins W5 and W6. A user can select the type of stepper or the constant of output pulse frequency by changing LVS or KMOT configurators respectively.
In Microprocessor based mode, a control board with a microprocessor should be connected to the male connector P1 of the module using a 10-wire flat cable.
- Single-phase, 0.5 class accuracy guaranteed
- UNOM(RMS) = 140 to 300V, INOM/IMAX(RMS) = 2/20A, fLIN= 45 to 65Hz, TAMB= -40 to +85 ˚C
- Tamper detection for power line systems
- LED checking for:
Functioning No Load Condition Tamper Detection Reverse Energy Direction
- Stepper Motor Display Connector
- Capacitive Power Supply
- SPI Interface Connector:
Active, Reactive Apparent Power consumption VRMS, IRMS and Line Frequency Status
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