Now available with the BACnet MS/TP communications protocol, Integra 1630 digital metering systems provide high accuracy measurement, display and communication of all major electrical and power quality parameters.
BACnet MSTP (Building Automation and Control networking protocol) is a non-proprietary protocol designed specifically to meet the communication needs of building automation and control systems for applications such as HVAC control, lighting control, access control as well as fire detection systems and associated equipment.
Transmitted via RS485 wiring, BACnet MSTP is designed to provide cost effective measurement for all power monitoring applications.
Integra 1630 DMS provides high accuracy <0.2% measurement, display and communication of all major electrical and power quality parameters including total harmonic distortion (THD) measurement up to the 31st harmonic, true RMS system values, individual current demand, user programmable system type and elapsed time counter for connected loads. The range includes single-phase, three-phase three-wire and three-phase four-wire capability, all selectable at the point of installation.
The low profile of the Integra 1630 makes it ideal for use in switchgear applications. The device also finds application in distribution systems, generator sets, control panels, energy and building management as well as utility power monitoring in addition to process control, motor monitoring, ground power units and embedded generation.
Key features of Integra 1630 digital metering systems:
- User programmable system configuration
- Programmable VT and CT ratios
- High contrast red LED displays clearly show each measured parameter
- Removable bezel supplied for low profile measurement requirements, reducing rear panel depth