New Shark 250 Power Meter Comes with Customizable Cyber Secured Encrypted Configuration

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Shark® 250 Power Meter is available in transducer configuration for DIN rail mounting. Unit is offered with improved revenue metering functions such as CT/PT compensation, transformer/line loss compensation and test mode. Meter supports Level 2 DNP3, IEC 61850 and Modbus RTU/ASCII/TCP protocols. Unit features RS485, USB ports and optional Ethernet ports. Unit comes with ANSI C12.20 Class 0.2% and IEC 62053- 22 CL 0.2S accuracy standards.

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EIG Releases Cyber Secured Shark® 250 Power and Energy Meter for Utility and Critical Industrial Substations

WESTBURY, N.Y., July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Electro Industries/GaugeTech (EIG) announces the release of its latest Shark® Series meter – the Shark® 250 power meter with enhanced revenue metering features, multiple serial or Ethernet ports for redundant communication, a large memory capacity for more significant load studies and a Cyber secured configuration. Its multiple advanced features include:

  • 0.2% accuracy that meets ANSI C12.20 Class 0.2% and IEC 62053-22 CL 0.2S accuracy standards.
  • Enhanced revenue metering features, including CT/PT compensation, Transformer/Line Loss compensation, Test Mode, and Time of Use.
  • Standard RS485 and USB ports and optional Ethernet and serial ports.
  • Level 2 DNP3 and IEC 61850 Protocol support as well as Modbus RTU/ASCII/TCP.
  • Multi-level, customizable cyber secured encrypted configuration that prevents tampering and hacking of your power system data.
  • Rugged design for harsh environments, with standard conformal coating on PCBs, and superior surge withstand capability.
  • Extensive upgradable I/O.

The meter also comes in a transducer only configuration for DIN rail mounting. The Shark® 250T transducer offers the standard RS485 port and the optional communication and I/O.

For additional information on the Shark® 250 meter, visit its webpage:

CONTACT: Neena Deibler, 516-545-1731,

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