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Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

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Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

If not can someone direct me to a wiring diagram?

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

Installation guide can be found here

http://download.schneider-electric.com/files?p_Reference=NHA1528301-02&p_EnDocType=Instruction%20she...

User Guide can be found here.

http://oreo.schneider-electric.com/flipFlop/3323729100/index.htm?p_EnDocType=User%20guide&p_Referenc...

This meter derives its control power from the L*N connection. So the EM4300 cannot support loads without a N.

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

Clear on the control power requirement for a Neutral. What about single phase circuits 1P2W in circuits closer to final distribution?

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

It does support single phase , But It still has the have a N .

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

Can you direct me to this in the documentation?

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

The documentation is in the first post, I linked the user guide and the installation guide.

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Re: Is the EM4300 wireless meter only valid with 3P4W circuits?

The OP mentioned single phase connection.  We have an application for a 1PH3W, same as typical residential 220-240V systems.  Can the EM4300 do this?