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ION9000, PM8240 Meter PT burden

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ION9000, PM8240 Meter PT burden

Hi

I have questions about the ION9000 and PM8240 meters.

CT Burden can be seen on the Meter Datasheet.
But PT burden can not be found.

I would like to know the rated capacity of PT Burden of both meters.

If you know the documentation and Burden

Please tell us

Regards
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Re: ION9000, PM8240 Meter PT burden

https://www.schneider-electric.ca/en/faqs/FA311143/

 

 

The voltage input terminals for the Powerlogic and ION meters have a fixed input impedance.
The burden can be calculated thus:

VA per phase = (Input Voltage^2) / (Input impedance)

Kindly refer to the installation guide for your meter's for specifications.
All meter documentation can be found in the Schneider Electric website: http://www.schneider-electric.com

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities

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Re: ION9000, PM8240 Meter PT burden

https://www.schneider-electric.ca/en/faqs/FA311143/

 

 

The voltage input terminals for the Powerlogic and ION meters have a fixed input impedance.
The burden can be calculated thus:

VA per phase = (Input Voltage^2) / (Input impedance)

Kindly refer to the installation guide for your meter's for specifications.
All meter documentation can be found in the Schneider Electric website: http://www.schneider-electric.com

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities