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PM8000 - Neutral current calculation

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DK-Michael
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PM8000 - Neutral current calculation

Hi

 

I have a customer with quite a few PM8000's installed. They replaced a lot of PM500 with PM8000, so in many cases they do not have a 4th CT installed for the neutral conductor.

Is there a way to get the PM8000 to calculate the neutral current when we are not measurering it?

 

Best regards, Michael

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Charles_Murison
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Re: PM8000 - Neutral current calculation

Hello,

 

Have you looked at the Residual Current Measurement section of the Install and commisioning?

 

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L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities

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Charles_Murison
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Re: PM8000 - Neutral current calculation

Hello,

 

Have you looked at the Residual Current Measurement section of the Install and commisioning?

 

PM8000_In.png

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities