CVM-C10
Energy meter

$0.00

Power Analyzer & Multimeter

  • Revenue Grade : Class 0.5S Energy accuracy 5A CT inputs
  •                            : Class 1 Energy accuracy 333mV CT inputs
  • Front panel mounting (96mm x 96mm)
  • Backlit high-contrast LCD screen
  • RS-485 Modbus RTU and BACnet MS/TP serial communications (software selectable)
  • 2 transistor outputs configurable for impulses or alarms
  • 2 relay outputs configurable as alarms
  • 2 digital inputs for selecting three tariffs or detecting logical states
  • Allows for tariff selection through communications

Data Sheets & Downloads

CVM-C10 (Power Analyzer) Brochure (891 Kb) [PDF]
MLG-WCT 333mV split core CT datasheet (1.4 Mb) [PDF]

Product Description

The CVM-C10 is a revenue grade power analyzer for panel mounting with a compact energy log and four-quadrant measurement (consumption and generation). Suitable for medium- and low voltage installations in three-phase circuits with three or four wires, two-phase circuits with or without neutral, ARON connections or single-phase systems.

It is available with 333mV or 5A CT inputs (model dependent)

It provides both RS-485 Modbus RTU or BACnet MS/TP protocols that is software selectable. Two digital inputs and two digital outputs are also standard.

Features

CVM-C10 – Power Analyzer

Display features and interface:

  • Quick display using a single button
  • Capacitive keypad with three keys
  • Backlit high-contrast LCD screen

Other features:

  • RS-485 serial communications – Modbus RTU and BACnet MS/TP
  • 2 transistor outputs configurable for impulses or alarms
  • 2 relay outputs configurable as alarms
  • 2 digital inputs for selecting three tariffs or detecting logical states
  • Allows for tariff selection through communications
  • Revenue Grade : Class 0.5S Energy accuracy 5A CT inputs
  •                              : Class 1 Energy accuracy 333mV CT inputs

Applications:

  • Measurement in medium- and low-voltage installations
  • Measurement in three-phase circuits (three or four wires), two-phase circuits (with or without neutral), single-phase circuits and ARON

Specifications

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