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High Density Energy Metering System comes in NEMA 1 enclosure.

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July 22, 2014 - Without requiring complex redesign, Shark® MP200™ in Enclosure enables switchgear capability expansion and/or facilitates metering of circuits. This multipoint energy metering system in NEMA 1 type enclosure assembly suits high-density applications. Offering 0.5% Class Energy accuracy on all circuits, solution provides up to 24 energy metering points in one CPU. Unit can be ordered as eight 3-phase circuits or 24 single-phase circuits and offers multiple connectivity choices.

Electro Industries/Gaugetech

1800 Shames Dr., Westbury, NY, 11590, USA

Original Press Release

Electro Industries Releases MP200(TM) High Density Energy Metering System in Easy Install NEMA 1 Type Enclosure

Press release date: July 17, 2014

WESTBURY, N.Y. – Electro Industries/GaugeTech (EIG) announced that the Shark® MP200™ multipoint high density energy metering system is now available in an easy install NEMA 1 type enclosure assembly. EIG's MP200™ in Enclosure expands switchgear capability and/or easily meters circuits without expensive and time-consuming redesign.  This is a perfect retrofit solution for a user that wishes to meter energy consumption for high density applications.

The MP200™ in Enclosure provides up to 24 energy metering points in one CPU, offering 0.5% Class Energy accuracy on all circuits. The MP200™ unit can be ordered either as 8 three phase circuits or 24 single phase circuits. It offers a choice of RS485, wired Ethernet or 802.11 WiFi, BACnet or LonWorks for ease of connectivity. The lockable enclosure comes pre-wired with the MP200™ unit, CT shorting blocks, voltage fuses, and a touch-screen color display that provides detailed per circuit energy usage data.

CONTACT:
Erran Kagan
516-334-0870
www.electroind.com

Web Site: http://www.electroind.com

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