Exponential demand meter coincident demand meter bi

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• Exponential Demand Meter • Coincident Demand Meter • Bi-directional Meter • Site and Tamper Monitoring • Communicating Meter • Wiring Analyzer The kV2c with no softswitches is a bi-directional coincident demand meter Accumulators 5 for measurements Measures Wh Delivered, Received, Net, or Total (with or without harmonics) and Frequency Demands 5 (a demand for each measure) Coincident 2 values for each demand from demand list Power Quality Diagnostics and Cautions, momentary values Monitoring Site Genie, Cautions (8), Diagnostics, Errors Real Data Voltage, Current, and Frequency Recording Self Reads recording Display 75 Items Data Prior Reset Logging # Outages, # Demand Resets, # Programmed, # Comm sessions RTP Real-time pricing available if I/O board or AMI module present Multifunction Meter With softswitches and option boards • kVA, kvar Demand Meter • Q-Hour Meter • “Real-Time-Pricing” • TOU Meter • Interruptible Rate Meter • 20-Channel Recorder • Current Recorder • Power Quality Meter • Sag and Swell Monitor • 200-Event Power Quality Log • Real-Time Multifunction Instrument • Phasor Meter • Loss and Accuracy Compensation • 4-Channel Recorder • Voltage Recorder • Totalizing Meter • Bi-directional Meter *Available for kV2c+ only 5 Commercial & Industrial Electricity Metering GEDigitalEnergy.com
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*Available for kV2c+ only Softswitches Add B Switch By Quadrant measurements C Switch Call In on Outage (Modem) E Switch 500 Event Log G Switch* Revenue Guard Plus H Switch Expanded Flash Memory (20-channel, 384 kB) I Switch Instrument Transformer Correction K Switch kVA – Power Factor, kvar and kVA measures L Switch Transformer Loss Compensation M Switch Expanded Measures – per phase measurement N Switch Demand Measures Q Switch Power Quality Measures R Switch Basic Recording (4-channel, 64 KB ) T Switch Time of Use V Switch Fast Voltage Event Monitor and Log (sag and swell, 1 to 65 k cycles) W Switch Waveform Capture (70 sample sets – 6 measures per set – V & I per phase) X Switch Expanded Recording (20-channel, 192 kB) Z Switch Totalization Recording • No option board required since recording is a softswitch-enabled function. However, a battery is required to maintain time during power outages. • Activating recording adds time stamping to the meter’s logs (adding TOU is an alternative way to add time stamping). • Recording memory is configurable; the number of channels and length of channels is programmable. • Adding recording also adds 12 self reads. • No Load Profile (R or X) Softswitch is required for Self Reads Types of Recording • Load Profile • Data: – Maximum value in interval – Minimum value in interval – End of interval value Technical Specifications (Continued) Option Boards SIO – Simple I/O • 2 Form C Outputs • RTP Input • 1 Form A Output MIO - Multifunction I/O Board • 2 Form C Outputs Outputs programmable as: – Pulse Data – Load Control – Diagnostic and Caution Alerts – EOI • 4 Form A or C Inputs for recording and
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  • Spring '18
  • Electric power transmission, Electricity distribution, smart grid, General Electric Company, MeterMate

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