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Hi, of this families... may someone confirm me, if they support or no 200Vac/400Hz ?PM1000PM700PM800PM5000PM8000ION7400ION7650ION8650best regardsJames Jeanette
IN the user manual says:"MIB filesYour meter is compliant with MIB-II as defined by the standard MIB file RFC 1213.SNMP requires that you load your meter’s ION MIB file (available for downloadfrom www.schneider-electric.com) into the NMS.You must ins…View more
An Electrical Utility just added a line to the specification aboutCOMPLY WITH -> THE MTR1-96 CONSTRUCTION FOR POLYPHASE SOLID STATE ELECTRICITY METERS.I was searching on google, and it seems that in our ION patents we mention this standard.And this i…View more
My client has 3 meters per site, 1xPM500 1xPM850 1xPM5100 and he wants to change the PM500 and use a PM8000, but he want to go to SNMP.So the question is, it is possible to use the PM8000 as a gateway, to go from Modbus-rtu/SNMP ?best regards
Hello All!,Now is time to move forward, we are looking for solutions in:Lighting ControlBuilding AutomationActive Filters - Power QualityWAGESSpecial KPI's - Made for NESTLE.Any system that helped Nestle to save energy and the process where we made t…View more
The client is going to use a breaker similar to: -> PAF-DC / PCF-DC 500 Vdc (1200A to 2500A) Circuit Breakers - Schneider Electric USAAnd they need to measure the parameters. V, I... best regards
Hi,One client is trying to read our PM's via SNMP what should be the correct and recommended way to do it ? Modbus - ? - SNMPbest regards
We did a project in NESTLE in QUITO Ecuador with an Integrator, now Nestle is asking for the calibration documents of thosePM8. Do we have that info?best regards
Hi,Here we have a case:Some students bought 2 meters to do Transformer practices (in a University). So they are doing examples of phase loss, but what happens is when they quit one phase, the meter doesn't show 0v, instead shows 40v (approx), that ha…View more
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