Voltage: 120 volts
Amperage: up to 50 amps
Type: External CT, Single-Phase, 60Hz
Data: Pulse Output - 1000 pulses per kWh
CT Inside Diameter: 14 mm (0.55 inches)
Great Value, price includes the current transformer!
This very compact, but accurate little meter is ideal for metering individual circuits or groups of circuits. Multiple wires can be passed through the CT and current passing through them is totaled. Convenient DIN-rail mounts.
This meter has a pulse output. Connect a pulse counter up to 200 feet away from the meter to be able to remotley know your kWh consumption. LED indicates pulses, 1000 pulses per kWh.
This meter comes with one external CT. This makes for a much easier installation in many cases. CT Inside Diameter: 14mm (about .55 inch)
Can be sealed for tamper protection with meter seals.
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Installation: Installation should be performed by a qualified electrician. Turn off power. Slip the CT over the hot wire. Connect the CT wires to the meter ports 1 and 3 (direction is unimportant). Connect voltage reference wire from hot lead to port 4 on the meter. Connect neutral reference wire to port 6 on the meter. Port 20 and 21 are optional, they are the pulse output connection to the meter.
Spec Sheet: EKM-15E Spec Sheet
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through Wi-Fi?1 answersQ:I would like to use these meters in my RV park. How low of amperage is necessary before meter starts reading power. When some RV's are not in use they are drawing just 2 amps.1 answersQ:CAN I READ MORE THAN ONE BREAKER ON SINGLE CT?1 answersQ:Hello - our neighbor uses our electricity to operate some equipment on her farm. We need to accurately charge her for consumption. Will this work for this application?1 answersQ:I have another RV application question: If I want to use multiple EKM-15Es in a single box (one for each RV hookup), can I use a common L1 and N to power the meters, but have separate CTs for each hookup?1 answersQ:I have a 120 volt grid-tied inverter paired with some solar panels. This inverter will be plugged into a power strip that will also have some loads plugged into it. I would like to measure the net energy usage. Can this meter measure current in both directions and net the kWhs, or will it add kWh out with kWh in?
Mainly, I'd like to know if the inverter and solar panels generate enough power to offset the loads. The goal is to keep the net usage around 0 kWh. I'd rather not have two separate meters if this one is capable of detecting current drawn vs. current generated.1 answersQ:What is the CT ratio and its accuracy?1 answersQ:Is the LCD readout in whole numbers, or is the last digit in 1/10? I can't imagine I have used 2500 kWh in only 4 weeks.1 answersQ:I have electric panel that has 12 Rv circuit breakers. Is it ok to install the CT inside the electric panel or will the wires that are around the CT affect the reading of the current? Or it will only take care of the wire going through?1 answersQ:Does this come with the CT and wires? Also, does it come with wires to connect the L1 and neutral reference wires?1 answersQ:I'm looking for something to read the electrical use on a dryer. Would this work?1 answersQ:Can the display on this meter be reset each month? We are wanting to know our monthly electricity consumption on a small unit detached from the main house.1 answersQ:I have an in-law unit attached to my house. Both units are hooked up to the same meter. Would I be able to hook this up and determine the energy consumption for each unit?1 answersQ:Would this be a good product for metering a RV site?1 answersLoading...
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