Power Quality Meter monitors distribution feeders.
November 17, 2011 -
Performing energy measurements accurate to within 0.2%, Multilin EPM 7000 is intended for applications requiring revenue metering, such as billing. Event and disturbance recording feature enables users to analyze power quality events over long periods of time, while historical data recording and logging capability lets customers retrieve archived data, capture past events, and analyze disturbances. Multiple communication ports are available for integration with DCS and SCADA systems.
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GE Energy Announces a New Revenue Class Power Quality Meter for Monitoring Industrial and Distribution Feeders
High Accuracy Meter Provides Advanced Power Quality Analysis
MARKHAM, ONTARIO- GE (NYSE: GE) today announced the release of its new revenue class power quality meter, the Multilin EPM 7000. With high accuracy disturbance recording capabilities and large memory capacity, the EPM 7000 is ideal for monitoring industrial power and motor control centers, as well as power distribution networks in critical infrastructures such as data centers.
This compact power quality meter performs energy measurements with 0.2% accuracy for applications requiring revenue metering functionality such as billing. The high resolution event and disturbance recording feature enables customers to analyze power quality events over long periods of time for improved network reliability. The high capacity historical data recording and logging capability allows customers to retrieve archived data, capture past events and analyze disturbances.
In addition, the Multilin EPM 7000 provides advanced, flexible communications options for easy access to meter values, simplified configuration and seamless integration into new or existing automation systems.
For more information about GE's Multilin EPM 7000 please visit: http://www.gedigitalenergy.com/multilin/catalog/epm7000.htm
GE 's Digital Energy business, is a global leader in protection and control, communications, power sensing and power quality solutions. Its products and services increase the reliability of electrical power networks and critical equipment for utility, industrial and large commercial customers. From protecting and optimizing assets such as generators, transmission lines and motors, to ensuring secure wireless data transmission and providing uninterruptible power, GE's Digital Energy business delivers industry-leading technologies to solve the unique challenges of each customer. For more information, visit http://www.gedigitalenergy.com.
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