Voltage: 120/240 volts 3-Wire
Amperage: up to 100 amps
Type: Pass-Through, Single-Phase, 60Hz
Data: Pulse Output - 800 pulses per kWh
This is a very popular product if you are metering your North American household power and you want a simple read off the face kWh meter.
State-of-the-art, fully solid-state kWh meter with 800 pulse per kWh pulse output
1% accuracy, LCD readout in hundredths of a kWh, to 99999.99 kWh. No conversion factor or multiplier. Basic Meter 120/240V 3-wire, 100A version, Neutral bypasses the meter
Compact, very easy to install design. Simple DIN-rail mounting. Wires pass through 3/8+" diameter tubes in the meter body --Will accept most #3 AWG wire and smaller wire. The only electrical connection is made by 2 small screws which penetrate the wire insulation. The voltage taps pick up power for the meter itself and the voltage reference for accurate metering. This meter draws less than 1 watt while in operation.
Non-resettable LCD display. Usage data is maintained through power outages for up to 10 years.
Single-phase energy meter, 100A 120/240-volt, 3-wire, 60Hz
Standard North American household current. Most commonly a white neutral, a black hot and a red hot wire, 200V to 252V between the hots, 110V to 126V either hot to neutral. This meter will not work on a 120 volt 2 wire system, for this you will need our EKM-15IDS or EKM-15E meter.
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EKM-25IDS Spec Sheet: EKM-25IDS Spec Sheet
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Questions & AnswersExpand allCollapse allSort byMost Recent QuestionsQ:Where does the ground wire go? I understand the 2 hot, 1 neutral.1 answersQ:I have 4 wires going into my panel. 2 hot, 1 neutral, 1 ground. Do you have a device that works for 4 wires?1 answersQ:Can I use this meter to measure a total power consumption of 2 circuit breakers each 20A/110V - Total power of (Circuit-1 + Circuit-2) instead of individual?
Purpose: I wanted to measure a total power usage of my tenant who has two (2) 110V circuit breakers wired to that unit.1 answersQ:Can this unit be hooked up to the web based push unit? If not what is the most basic unit that is compatible?1 answersQ:Can I use this meter to measure power usage from 2 circuit breakers each 20A/110V?1 answersQ:The outside diameter of my wire is 7/16, 1phase, 240volt. Which meter would work for this application?1 answersQ:Connected meter but does not come on! Passed thru two number 8 copper wires, one on L1 the other L2. L1 is hot, L2 is not powered on. L2 was ran for future in case I wanted to add an additional circuit. Both Tap screws show 120v power. L2 has no power connected to it. EKM Meter has no reading. Blank. Neutral and ground connected directly to box as before. Problem? Very simple install. re:251ds
Thanks1 answersQ:For the 800 pulse-per-kWh: What type of pulse (amplitude, offset, and duty cycle) is generated by this meter?1 answersQ:Does this meter have a horsepower rating? Is it OK for use on a UG well pump motor?1 answersQ:Can I hook this up with No. 4 wire?1 answersQ:We are putting in a basement apartment. Is this something we could have installed on the line going to their Circuit Board. If not is there something like this that can?1 answersQ:I'm looking for a 200-240V alternative to a Kill-A-Watt monitor for computer servers. Will this meter instant read or is it cumulative?1 answersQ:Can this device track monthly usage with an internal clock?1 answersQ:Does this work with 240V systems with no neutral (L1, L2, Ground)?1 answersQ:After a power outage in the city, my tenant noticed the red light blinks now. I honestly don't know if it blinked before the outage? Is this common or does it mean something else?1 answersQ:I want to monitor a 30 amp 240v AND a 20 amp 120v circuit at the same time. If I pass line wires from same phase thru line 1 and other line wire thru line 2 and commons thru the 3rd, will this cumulatively total usage?1 answersQ:Can this meter be supplied from a 30A/240v (2-pole) breaker wired to a 120v RV Outlet (TT-30) where L2 is capped w/wire nut? I wish to wire now in order to allow for future 240v EV (14-30) outlet.1 answersQ:How much should installation cost? Parts and labor?1 answersQ:I want a meter that can accurately measure usage by a device with a poor power factor of 0.64. A kill-a-watt does not work well. Could this give me kVA hours, or otherwise compensate for non-unity PF?1 answersQ:Will this meter work for 1 phase 277v
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