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PM8000 and 400 Hz metering

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PM8000 and 400 Hz metering

How can I set up a PM8000 series meter for 400 Hz system?

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Re: PM8000 and 400 Hz metering

The PM8000 series is capable of measuring between 20 Hz and 450 Hz, it is not possible to set the nominal frequency values at "400Hz" in PM8000 but you can leave it at 50Hz or 60Hz, and still use it on a 400Hz network.

Please note the control power voltage at 400Hz has a different range than on 50Hz or 60Hz.

You could find more information here: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/faqs/FA303197/?page=content&country=APS&lang=en&locale=en_US&i...

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ChenLiang
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Re: PM8000 and 400 Hz metering

The PM8000 series is capable of measuring between 20 Hz and 450 Hz, it is not possible to set the nominal frequency values at "400Hz" in PM8000 but you can leave it at 50Hz or 60Hz, and still use it on a 400Hz network.

Please note the control power voltage at 400Hz has a different range than on 50Hz or 60Hz.

You could find more information here: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/faqs/FA303197/?page=content&country=APS&lang=en&locale=en_US&i...