Alphanumeric display optocom communications up to 56k

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° Alphanumeric display ° Optocom communications up to 56k baud ° Optional battery hatch for battery replacement through the cover ° Optional high precision oscillator for accurate timekeeping in installations with unstable line frequency ° Optional Multifunction I/O board for up to 8 pulse outputs and 4 inputs, plus real time pricing input ° Capability for future firmware upgrades in the field ° Expanded set of soft switched features for easy field enabling of powerful new features ° Built in load profile and event logging features (under soft switch control), no option board required. Load profile of up to 20 data channels. ° Energy, demand, and TOU metering including real and reactive, bi-directional, 4 quadrant, per phase, and coincident quantities, more displayables, bigger tables, and more.
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GEH-7285, kV2c Encompass Electronic Meter Product Description 1-3 ° Power Quality monitoring features including voltage sag and swell detection with programmable magnitude and duration down to 1 cycle, total Demand Distortion calculation, waveform capture and harmonic analysis ° Pulse inputs from up to 4 other meters with flexible totalization and processing options ° Correction of VT and CT error factors ° Transformer and line loss compensation The features of the meter are described more fully in book GEH-7285A, “kV2C Meter Features and Applications”. 1.1.1 Physical Description The kV2c meter uses a clear Lexan™ cover. The cover is molded in one piece and has an integrated Optocom communications port and demand reset mechanism. An optional battery port can be ordered in the cover to enable changing the battery without removing the meter cover. The meter base assembly provides provision for connection of the meter to the electrical service to be metered, the basic physical structure, and current scaling devices. All common S base and A base (bottom connected) configurations are provided. The electronics module contains the circuit power supply, all circuits for measurement, calculation, and display of meter data, and the connector for attachment of option boards. The nameplate is removable and contains information not found on conventional meters. All the markings on the meter face are identified in Chapter 2, Operating Instructions. The liquid crystal display indicates energy consumption and various other data. The display is covered in detail in Chapter 2, Operating Instructions. The 6 large characters of the display can display either numeric or alphabetic information. The alternate display switch is located on the right side of the meter face slightly below the 3 o’clock position and is activated by a magnet. The switch and its use is also described in detail in Chapter 2, Operating Instructions.
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  • Spring '18
  • Electric power transmission, Power factor, Electricity distribution, smart grid, Meter Block Diagram

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